Development of an AI-Robotics 3D Printed Circle of Command for Enhancing Accessibility and Mobility in Individuals with Mobility Issues


Chia Sheng Shih1 and Jonathan Sahagun2, 1Pacific Academy Irvine, USA, 2California State Polytechnic University, USA


According to the CDC, 13.7% of adults in the United States have mobility issues, which is about 42 million peoplewho have that issue. The purpose of this paper is to utilize artificial intelligence and robotics packaged in a3Dprinted Circle of Command to help make the lives of those 42 million people easier [5]. A raspberry pi is usedtopower and process the voice control commands and turn the voice commands into actions that respond tothecommands [6]. The voice control is achieved through three microphones that are embedded from the inside of theCircle of Command using holes to listen to any potential voice commands, and as the raspberry pi can't input analog output which is outputted from the microphones, the microphones and the raspberry pi are connected toananalog to digital converter that allows the raspberry pi and the microphones to exchange information smoothlyRobotics is used in the stepper motor and the gear that is used to turn the top of the lazy susan, which is 3Dprintedso that there are gears on the inside of the top. There is also a home switch that will home the lazy susan. Thereisno practical application of this AI Robotic Circle of Command as it is just a prototype, and so there are no results, but it is hoped that it will be able to change some of the 42 million lives once the production of the production model begins, the production model will be larger than the prototype as the prototype serves as only a proof of concept andshows that this idea is actually doable [7].


Artificial Intelligance, Circle of Command, Mobility Issues, Voice Control/Command

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