Contact: Abby Robinson
Georgia Institute of Technology Research News
Caption: The circuitry for the new intraoral Tongue Drive System developed at Georgia Tech is embedded in this dental retainer worn in the mouth (right). The system interprets commands from seven different tongue movements to operate a computer (left) or maneuver an electrically powered wheelchair.
Credit: Georgia Tech/Maysam Ghovanloo
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