Olive: Next-Generation Hearing Aid

“There are two problems with hearing impairments: the price and social perception of hearing aids,” according to developers at the Olive Union.  Their solution?  The Olive, which is an affordable, sleek alternative to these traditional hearing aids. Traditional hearing aids can cost more than $4,000 and look like medical devices.  The Olive is the next […]

Gestype: Keyboard app for visually impaired

There has been an increasing number of accessible apps released on both Android and Apple devices over the past couple years.  Gestype is one currently in development for iOS devices.  In sum, it is an accessible touchscreen keyboard app developed specifically for individuals with visual impairments. The developers behind Gestype are rethinking the standard keyboard […]

Reveal: Empowered Care for Autism

There are so many wearables already, with even more coming to the market.  The Reveal wearable is one such product and is estimated to begin shipping in May 2017.  The wearable is designed to measure and track anxiety to help you better understand behavior and prevent future meltdowns.  It was developed for individuals with autism, but it can […]

ERGO: Autonomous Desk

The average employee spends approximately 7+ hours hunched over a desk staring at a computer.  Because we spend so many hours in front of a screen, it is imperative to our overall health that we maintain an ergonomic posture.  Not maintaining an ergonomic posture may result in pain and discomfort, and lack of productivity.  Soon, ergonomics may be more […]

Control your smart home and more with Branto

With so many smart home devices and central hubs for these devices, it may be hard to narrow down what works best for you.  Even though it is only in the midst of its fundraising campaign on Indiegogo, the Branto Orb already seems like a promising option.  So what exactly is Branto and what sets it apart from other […]