Powered Flat Panel Monitor Positioning System for Computer Users with Disabilities
Bouma, Kevin; De, Ayushmita; De Frank, Joe; Doyle, Courtney; Shimotsu, Kevin
AbstractMany computer workstations are impractical for people living with disabilities and impairments. Relevant disabilities include low vision and/or musculoskeletal disorders making it nearly impossible to maneuver computer monitors to a desirable position. Past ME450 students have developed a powered arm that can electronically adjust the position of a monitor; however the design is bulky and unappealing. Thus, our goal is to design a system that is robust, cost effective, easy to manufacture, and elegant to package and install in special Ergopod workstations as seen at computing sites around campus.
ME450 Capstone Design and Manufacturing Experience: Winter 2007
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