What an exciting year this was for assistive technology. Can’t wait to see what opportunities 2015 will offer!
As it is the last day of the year, I wanted to take a moment to point out how exciting this year was for assistive technology. What were some of the most noted advancements? This was indubitably the year of wearable technology, with the release of Google Glass and several other wearables. But overall, 2014’s technology paved […]
Several children who have emotional and cognitive disabilities often release the seat belt while the vehicle is in motion. This is dangerous for everyone involved, as the child is not secured and oftentimes the driver will get distracted trying to get the child secured. The Seat Belt Buckle Guard is designed to eliminate these dangers. The […]
Assistive technology specialist, David Frye, introduces us to the very exciting Google Glass. We will be doing a series on the Glass so be sure to check back to learn more on this wearable technology! Also, be sure to check out our post on Google Glass!
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Individuals who use a manual wheelchair often find themselves unable to successfully travel through rough terrain. Racing is also a major challenge for these individuals, as they have to focus on the chair not tipping over, thus they must pause to pop wheelies over obstacles on the course. Naturally, there are specific chairs designed for such events, but they’re […]