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Investigations to develop a fully adjustable intelligent toilet for supporting old people and persons with disabilities - The Friendly Rest Room (FRR) project

Panek, P; Edelmayer, G; Magnusson, Charlotte LU ; Mayer, P; Molenbroek, JFM; Neveryd, Håkan LU ; Schlathau, R and Zagler, WL (2004) In Computers Helping People with Special Needs (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) 3118. p.392-399
Abstract
The FRR (Friendly Rest Room) project creates and evaluates prototypes of a more user friendly intelligent toilet for old persons and for persons with disabilities. Additionally, applicable knowledge regarding needs and wishes of old and/or disabled persons and their care persons are documented. In this paper the user driven research approach, ethical aspects and the iterative user centred design process are outlined. First results from user tests of lighting, human computer interface and preferred seating heights are described.
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  volume       = {3118},
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