Sensor-laden Shirt Directs Wheelchair Movements

"How'd you feel about wheeling through downtown sidewalks without ever moving your fingers, hands, or arms?" asks a posting on Engadget. Doctors and researchers from Northwestern University and the University of Pisa (Italy) have developed a shirt with embedded flexible, piezoresistive sensors that aims to help paralyzed people steer their wheelchairs.

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