Test Review - EDNG 100 Engineering Design Design for Human...

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EDNG 100 – Engineering Design Design for Human Variability Design for people without the usual functionality with respect to such things as mobility, sight, hearing, motor control, limbs. imply using technology for bringing the seriously disabled as a close as possible to average functionality Approach to Disability Adaptive technology aims to move the target populations to usual functionality levels or at least achieve much better levels of functionality. Adaptive technology for specific disabilities has often benefited both the target customers and the rest of the population. When this happens, the price may drop considerably with the increased demand, and the availability (diffusion) improves considerably. The design of adaptive technology must be user centered, must include input form the target populations, and must also design the training needed by the user and the maintenance and support functions very carefully. Interact with users of this kind
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course EDSGN 100 taught by Professor Esparragozaivan during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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