Turn your words into action with this week’s tech tip. Assistive technology specialist Craig Burns demonstrates the Livescribe 3 smartpen. This pen writes like a premium ballpoint pen, but pairs with your iOS device making your notes available anywhere you go. Check it out!
Wearable tech and smart home technology are beginning to merge as is demonstrated with the forthcoming Reemo wristband. At first glance, Reemo may not appear to be anything special with its flat, rubbery bracelet design comparable to current wearable gadgets on the market. However, Reemo is dissimilar from devices like the Jawbone Up24 or Fitbit Flex as it […]
In June I covered 10 new accessibility features rumored to be in iOS 8 discussing hinted features like a Braille keyboard, improved zoom capability, multi-device support, and more. For months now, several rumors have emerged answering the question, “What’s next in line for Apple?” The rumors may finally come to rest in less than a week with Apple’s unveiling […]
Wade Wingler, the director of assistive technology at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us a standing workstation/paperless office. Check it out!
Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to sit but chairs weren’t available? Like if you’re waiting in a seemingly endless line to get tickets to your favorite show? Individuals on foot oftentimes need to take breaks from standing as a precaution for their health. Physical strain, repetitive movements and poor posture may lead to conditions […]
Author: Laura Medcalf There is no denying that technology plays a major part in our lives. (In fact, if you’re reading this right now, you are likely doing so on a smartphone, tablet, or computer, thus further proving my former statement.) Although these technologies provide us with a world of possibilities, they may also often disengage us from […]