With recent advancements in assistive technology, many individuals with disabilities are able to live more independently. However, visually impaired or blind individuals may still have difficulty getting from place to place. BlindSquare is an application available on iPhones and iPads, designed for visually impaired or blind users to be able to get around independently. It […]
Upon hearing the term “robot” and pondering its history, it may be assumed that many would deem it more of a modern concept. However, artificial humans and autonomous artificial servants have a long history in human culture since being discussed as far back as 3500 BC by Homer in his epic poem The Iliad. The term robot was […]
Check out this watch–compatible with both Apple and Android phones–which may make tasks such as texting more accessible for users.
Check out this portable speaker that is compatible with many AAC devices and applications!
September 25, 2006 was the reopening night of the New Orleans Superdome after Hurricane Katrina had devastated the area. Former NFL player Steve Gleason will always be remembered for this night, one of the most dramatic moments in New Orleans Saints’ history, when he blocked a punt against the Atlanta Falcons, which was recovered in […]
For many individuals living with autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities, communicating effectively, organizing thoughts and/or focusing on tasks, etc., may be a challenge. Throughout the last few years, technology has granted an indefinite amount of possibilities for these individuals. Many have noticed the benefits and thus strive to create technological apps […]