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Accessibility and Semi-Autonomous Car

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Solji Lee. "Accessibility and Semi-Autonomous Car: How might Design Improve Driving for People with Disabilities?" MDes Thesis, University of Washington, in progress.

With the development of autonomous vehicle technology, disabled drivers, who were unable to drive due to physical disabilities, will be introduced into the new driver population. This thesis aims at safe driving experiences for people with disabilities who miss limbs or have a dull sense. By exploring two areas, existing driving support tools for disabled drivers and user flow in a semi-autonomous car, this thesis will examine opportunities to figure out better accessibility to personal transportation for disabled people.

Read more in Lee's Medium post.

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