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Product designer by day, radio-hosting DJ by night, U.K.-based Dimitri Hadjichristou has designed and developed a unique glass dome with LEGO-like 3-D printed synthesizer modules that transforms sound into visual and haptic...

source: 3Ders

Accessibility advocates have argued for years that on-demand car companies don't serve people with disabilities well. Now there's a figure to back them up: According to a recent report, the number of wheelchair-accessible vehicles for hire...

source: The Huffington Post

Want to make someone smile this holiday season? Assistive technology can be a game-changer for people who are blind or visually impaired, offering ingenious solutions in the classroom, at home or in the workplace. Right now, Perkins Solutions is making it easy to give the...

source: Perkins

A smart device that translates sign language while being worn on the wrist could bridge the communications gap between people who are deaf and those who don't know sign language, says a Texas A&M University biomedical engineering researcher who is developing the technology.

source: Global Accessibility News

The robot has a little girl's face, her soft voice. It comes to life on weekday mornings at Peyton Walton's elementary school in Maryland, attending her classes as she works the controls from her room near a hospital here. Peyton...

source: The Washington Post

Revolutionary assistive technology under development allows a blind person to use the information superhighway. "This is the ultimate on-ramp that allows them to be there with everybody else," said Misericordia University's...

source: WYOU-TV


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