Exhibitors 2018


A sensory headwear allows the human head acting like a joystick. Therefore, motor handicapped people can interact with a computer application to gain independence, because the application drives home-equipment (lights, doors, webcams, and so ahead), without external help of other people. We will demonstrate the working principle with a sensory headwear driving a joy-car


Giovanni Saggio, Vito Errico, Mariachiara Ricci, Franco Giannini, Carla Cenci

Giovanni Saggio received the master degree in electronic engineering and the PhD in microelectronics and telecommunication engineering from the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Rome (Italy). He was visiting professor in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering” at the University of Glasgow (Scotland), in the Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge (UK), and at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford (UK).
He is currently working as researcher and aggregate professor in the department of electronics of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Rome (Italy), where he founded HITEG (Health Involved Technical Engineering Group, www.hiteg.uniroma2.it).
He is the author and coauthor of about 200 papers, unique author of four books about analog electronics, and coauthor of eight patents. His research interests lie in the areas of sensors, biotechnology and human-computer interface

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