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Quadriplegia or tetraplegia is a condition that occurs when a part of the spinal cord inside the neck has been injured. This injury causes loss of feeling and movement in the arms, legs, and trunk. The damage affects the nerve fibers passing through the injured area and may impair part or all of the corresponding muscles and nerves below the injury site. Spinal injuries occur most frequently in the neck (cervical) and lower back (thoracic and lumbar) areas. A thoracic or lumbar injury can affect physiologic functions. A cervical injury may affect breathing as well as movements of the upper and lower limbs. For Severe Quadriplegics, the only residual movement present is the head so it is mandatory to use this movement to enhance the mobility of the patient to control the movement of the wheelchair.
It is well recognized that the lack of mobility is one of the most limiting disabilities that estimated 50,000
individuals who don’t have use of their arms and legs (quadriplegics) encounter. Without a means to free move around, they are totally dependent on others. The goal of independent living cannot possibly be achieved in this manner. Therefore, it is their priority to be able to mechanically move their bodies under their own command.
Earlier, the system which used just controls the movement of the wheel chair automatically by using the keypad alone. It does not detect the object opposite to it. This is one drawback by using this system. To avoid this we go for a new system. Modern power wheelchairs for quadriplegics commonly use one of two control mechanisms. The first involves controlling the wheelchair with a controller that lies in the mouth, while the other is known as a “Sip and Puff” system which requires user to suck or blow air through tubes in front of the mouth to control wheelchair functions. These control options are expensive and also interfere directly with the user’s ability to communicate while operating the chair.
This paper describes a head controlled assist system developed using an electronic and mechanical arrangement (MEMS) controlled by a Programmable Interface Controller. Sensor accelerometer placed on the patient’s head sensed the tilt made by the head. This tilt corresponded to the analog voltage. Using this voltage, control signals were generated for four directions of the wheelchair.
The ultrasonic sensor here used to detect the objects opposite to the wheel chair, if any object means it intimates through LCD. All these control information are fetched in the microcontroller using embedded C coding. Control of the robot is done by using the relays; relays are the electromagnetic switch which activates the motors that used in the robot according to the given instruction by microcontroller.
the overall structure of the assist system that is composed of Sensor design, the Electronic module and the Mechanical module. The Sensor design comprises of Tri-axis Accelerometer and signal conditioning unit (S.C.U). The electronic module has a PIC Microcontroller and the mechanical module consists of a Driver IC and Motors. The Tri-Axis Accelerometer is an integrated module that can sense gravitational (g) force of ±3g on three axes (X, Y, and Z). A switch placed on the headrest of the wheelchair is meant for the purpose of ON and OFF action. Acquiring measurements from the module is simplified through a synchronous serial interface. Single and multi-axis models are available to detect magnitude and direction of the acceleration as a vector quantity. Single axis measures the force in any of the three directions namely X, Y or Z. Due to this disadvantage, tri-axis accelerometer is used for this application. Based on the sensitivity, accuracy and supply voltage, acceleration to voltage conversion is performed. The Electronic module comprises a homework board that has an 8-bit flash based Programmable Interface Controller, an EEPROM with a fixed program, a Voltage regulator and reset circuitry to control the operation of the Assist system.
 PIC Microcontroller.
 Ultrasonic sensor.
 Accelerometer Sensor.
 S.C.U.
 Relays with Driver unit.
 Robot Mechanism.
 LCD.
 Embedded C
 MPLAB IDE or CCS C Compiler
Post: #2
Can i get the deatails regarding this project. Circuits control etc
Post: #3
to get information about the topic HEAD MOTION CONTROLLED POWER WHEELCHAIR full report ,ppt and related topic refer the link bellow
Post: #4
sir I want some more details about HEAD MOTION CONTROLLED POWER WHEELCHAIR projct
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to get iformation about the topic "HEAD MOTION CONTROLLED POWER WHEELCHAIR" full report refer the link bellow
Post: #6
Can you provide me the circuit diagram for the project"Head Movement Controlled Wheel Chair"..
Post: #7
Can you provide me the circuit diagram for the project
Post: #8
send me the full seminar report of head motion controlled wheel chair.
Post: #9
I need the codings of this project please anyone send to me @flypower.war[at]
Post: #10
Can you suggest me the proper motors for moving the wheels of wheelchair?specifications etc
Post: #11
Traditional wheelchairs however have certain limitations with flexibility heavy weight of the chair and limited functions. Significant progress has been made in wheelchair technology. However even these significant developments could not help quadriplegics to navigate in wheelchairs independently. Medical devices designed to help paraplegic and quadriplegic patients are very complicated, rarely available and expensive. Our goal is to design a simple and economical automatic wheelchair with MEMS technology for quadriplegic with head and neck mobility. The control system translates the position of the user's head into directional speed and control of the wheelchair. The system is divided into two main units: MEMS sensor and programmed PIC controller. The MEMS sensor detects the change in the direction of the head and, consequently, the signal is given to the micro-controller. Depending on the direction of the acceleration, the micro-controller controls the directions of the wheelchair as LEFT, RIGHT, FRONT and BACK with the help of DC motors.


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