assistive technology

Making Games Better for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing | Designing for Disability – YouTube
Video games are for everyone. But disabled people can be left out if developers don’t consider their needs.
Community: Design for a Cause – Design Challenge | element14
Design for a Cause Challenge with Assistive Technology 15 Challengers are invited to design a piece of assistive technology for individuals living with physical or mental impairments using the Arduino…
Designer Spotlight: Tatsuo Ishibashi – MizuLabo – Shapeways Magazine
“Sometimes great design is about making common objects more accessible for everyone. Designer Tatsuo Ishibashi’s Mizu Laboratory does just that, developing beautiful, useful assistive gadget…
Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: 25 Incredible Assistive Technologies
“opportunities for academic success. No matter their struggle, these perfectly competent, capable individuals probably have something available to close any unfortunate, challenging gaps. …
Fancy footwear lets amputees get their game on
prototype system that lets upper-body amputees control games using their feet. It recently won the grand prize in the 2016 Intell-Cornell Cup, a competition for students who are exploring …
The Perkins SMART Brailler – Core77
The SMART Brailler is unique in its multi-function, multi-sensory output using the standard braille keyboard. Fitted with a proprietary electronic device that displays large print, simulated braille.
Cataract Vision Simulator – American Academy of Ophthalmology
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s naturally clear lens. Your eye becomes like a window that is frosted or yellowed. How quickly the cataract develops varies among individuals