10 thoughts on “The Laser Guided Wheelchair

  1. I agree @Hirudinea, sounds like recycling HP printer scan assemblies might be a way to reduce costs.

    Could do the same with cheap webcams from AA1 and other small netbooks as the resolution needed is not very high- I looked into using these as a 3D microscope not so long ago and the only snag is connecting to two video streams on the same PC as the software doesen’t want to play nice.

    BTW HaD have you considered doing a monthly competition with a prize, a la 555 contest?

    1. Stop staring at the handicapped guy and you’ll be alright.

      Should be just as harmless as the lasers in the kinect.

  2. why not just have a normal wheelchair?
    it’s not like blind people have proper jobs to go to or anything, so they don’t really need to be anywhere, and most people are nice enough to get out of the way when they see one coming.

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