The need for a living environment that responds to the needs of users with their different abilities, outside of standardizations, is increasingly felt as autonomy, independence and wellbeing are the result of real usability and adaptability of the spaces. The project to improve the inclusivity of living space need to be characterized as an interdisciplinary process in which the integration of specialized contributions leads to adaptive customization of space solutions and technological that evolve with the changing needs, functional capacities and abilities of individuals. The purpose of the research is to implement the resilience of user-space system through the analysis of dimensional, structural, functional, and psychoemotionalcharacteristics of the person in the performance of daily activities in the course of the evolution, progressive loss, and potential recovery of physical skills in relation to the enhancing effects induced by performance capability variables of elements, equipments, and living spaces

Adaptive Technologies for Users with Changing Abilities. Towards Autonomy, Independence and Inclusion

CELLUCCI, Cristiana
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DI SIVO, Michele
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2017

Abstract

The need for a living environment that responds to the needs of users with their different abilities, outside of standardizations, is increasingly felt as autonomy, independence and wellbeing are the result of real usability and adaptability of the spaces. The project to improve the inclusivity of living space need to be characterized as an interdisciplinary process in which the integration of specialized contributions leads to adaptive customization of space solutions and technological that evolve with the changing needs, functional capacities and abilities of individuals. The purpose of the research is to implement the resilience of user-space system through the analysis of dimensional, structural, functional, and psychoemotionalcharacteristics of the person in the performance of daily activities in the course of the evolution, progressive loss, and potential recovery of physical skills in relation to the enhancing effects induced by performance capability variables of elements, equipments, and living spaces
Angelucci, Filippo; Cellucci, Cristiana; DI SIVO, Michele; Ladiana, Daniela
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