The next meeting of RESNA Standards Committee on Cognitive Accessibility will be held Aug. 3, virtually using GoToMeeting, at 9 am PDT. Virtual meeting call-in information will be distributed prior to the meeting. Meetings are...
The wheelchair is still considered experimental and expensive, but a project recently approved by FAPESP's Innovative Research in Small Business program aims to adapt the technology to make it more affordable and marketable in Brazil within two years.
Pokémon Go is a video game that depends on physical interaction: Players must be able to walk around their neighborhoods and have full manual dexterity to experience the game. These might be aspects of playing that able-bodied...
When the Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted in 1990, computers used floppy disks and the "World Wide Web" was still being tested by scientists at CERN. So while the law's drafters had a good sense of what access...
Nearly one in seven people worldwide has a disability, according to the World Health Organization. In the United States alone, over 7 million people are blind or have low vision, 10 million are deaf or hard of hearing, and tens of millions have ADHD, memory loss and other...
For a long time, assistive technology for people who are visually impaired has mostly centered on audio options like Apple's Siri, but a new trend is emerging of devices applying Braille. This year's International Technology and Persons...
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