I wrote about Bone Conduction Wireless Glasses on Tuesday. In sum, they are glasses that create sound using mechanical vibrations. Bluez 2S Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones are another example of bone conduction technology. AfterShokz website provides a brief history of how bone conduction was discovered: The ‘phenomenon’ of bone conduction is generally credited as being […]
Bone conduction is “the conduction of sound to the inner ear through the bones of the skull.” Bone conduction transmission can be used with individuals with normal or impaired hearing. One example of available bone conduction technologies is the Bone Conduction Wireless Glasses. Bone Conduction Wireless Glasses look like standard glasses or sunglasses. However, they […]
Maurice Meza, CEO, Komodo Open Lab shows us the Tecla Shield which is for individuals with limited upper body mobility and allows them easy access to touchscreen devices. The Tecla Shield is accessible via adaptive buttons, switches, or wheelchair driving controls. Check it out here: Click here for additional information on the Tecla Shield.
One of the biggest challenges people face in the kitchen is cutting meats, cheeses, dough, veggies, pizza, brownies, and more. If you’re looking for a new kind of knife to make this task easier, check out the Samurai 360! The Samurai 360 is a circular knife that makes precision cutting “easy and comfortable.” The blade […]
For the past few years, I have prepared around 80-90% of my meals in a microwave. A girl can only eat so many Lean Cuisines and other microwavable entrees before getting sick of them. So when I say I have prepared most of my meals in the microwave, I mean I have cooked boxed pasta, […]
Happy Diamond Music Studio Limited is a multimedia company that specializes in creating educational content and stories for young children. One of their apps is the Rainforest Musical Kakamega, which is a colorful 90 minute adventure for iOS devices. While using the app, children will sing fun songs and learn facts about the rainforest. “Kakamega […]