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  • iCRAFT robotic feeding arm (eyes-on)

    Engadget - 06/15/2012

    We’re back for another day of exploring the Northeastern University labs. We checked out a handful of projects yesterday, including the HyCycle, a runner-up in the school’s Capstone award. Today we checked out the winner: iCRAFT — that’s short for eye-Controlled Robotic Arm Feeding Technology. The project was developed by a group of seven electrical and computer engineering students looking to create an inexpensive solution for helping the disabled and elderly feed themselves at home. As the Apple-esque name implies, the project utilizes eye-tracking to help the user feed him or herself.

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