RESNA 2019: Toronto, Canada
This RESNA Student Design Challenge site mirrors the information here.
The site is a joint project of RESNA and the RERC on AAC. It contains student presentations that were accepted to RESNA conferences from 2010 to present. It also provides information for upcoming competitions. RESNA 2019 is in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Also, in addition to the 6 awards described above, The Center for the Translation of Rehabilitation Engineering Advances and Technology (TREAT) partnered with RESNA to offer an award, “Technology Most Likely to Become Commercially Available,” to one of five finalists in the annual RESNA Student Design Challenge. The award comes with a $500 cash prize to the winning team and a consultation for one team to work with TREAT staff and resources to further develop the winning design and move it towards commercialization.
- Qiushi Lin; New York University
"SmartHub: an activity monitoring device for manual wheelchair users"
- Noah Einstein, Julie Faieta, Jack Reifenberg, Sandra Metzler, Carmen DiGiovine; The Ohio State University
"Emospace: A mobile game for emotion recognition training in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder"
- Sheng-Chieh Chiu, I-Jou Chi, Yun Lee, Kuo-Hsuan Hsu, Szu-Hua Chen, Sung-Jung Hsieh; National Cheng Kung University
"SipClip: An assistive dental device for people with bulbar dysfunction"
- Ashley N Myers, Yoo Bin Shin, Anish Karpurapu, Meena Gudapati, Frank Marinello; Duke University
"ToeTronics: a portable device measuring the toe extensor strength"
- Lewis Baumgardner, Hongwu Wang, Mustafa Ghazi, Sarah Brown; University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
"Reka: Vocabulary suggestions for Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices"
- Hannah Sennik; Reka