For Wheelchair Users, A RoboDesk For Electronic Devices

In a basement office at Purdue University in Indiana, associate professor of engineering practice Brad Duerstock has designed a special space.His desk sits up on cinder blocks, slightly higher than all the rest. In the meeting area, tables have adjustable heights. And in the corner, a few feet away, there’s an early version of one of his latest inventions, something he calls RoboDesk.
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