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There are people developing autonomous cars, boats, planes and, heck, even garbage-munching aquatic drones — so why not wheelchairs, too? That's the mission of Brenna Argall, an assistant professor of Rehabilitation Robotics...

source: Digital Trends

PGIMER doctors have come up with a GPRS-guided wheel chair and stretcher that would help the patients to reach various departments and other areas inside the campus with the help of a tablet attached to a wheelchair and stretcher.

source: The Indian Express

Dustin Tapp has plenty of stories to tell. Now he has a clearer voice to tell them, thanks to a new NOVA chat 8 Dedicated Plus, presented to him recently by Amanda Hettenhausen, an assistive technology consultant for Saltillo Corp., the device's manufacturer. But the seventh-grader...

source: Herald-Whig

As we've examined Bitonti's goals further, we're aware that while his name is now synonymous with some flashy 3-D printed fashion, his goal—along with that of the team at his studio — is really...


It is ironic that in an age when technology could erase many barriers for people who are blind and visually impaired, private and public entities are not paying enough attention to accessibility of their online services. In addition to preventing access to highly receptive...

source: Miami Herald

Digital accessibility is a hot topic in higher education these days, and training faculty in creating accessible digital materials is on the mind of every instructional designer or educational technology team. The question of how to accomplish this training is a topic in...

source: Campus Technology


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