Paper Title: Simplistic Approach to Design a Prototype of an Automated Wheelchair Based on Electrooculography
Many people suffer from the disability to control different limbs of their bodies inherently or due to an accident. Immobility impedes their daily activities and detaches themselves from various social events to a certain extent. Although motorized mechanical systems such as wheelchair enhance the movability, it is not beneficial for the patients suffering from quadriplegia whose entire body is paralyzed. We have proposed a prototype of an automated wheelchair which can be controlled by directional movement of the eye using electrooculography (EOG) signal. The performance appraisal of the proposed prototype after proper assembly justifies its effectiveness.