The software used to help Stephen Hawking communicate with the world has been made available by Intel for free online in the hopes it can help other people with similar disabilities. Hawking, 73, who has a motor neuron disease and is almost entirely paralyzed, relies on the technology to speak. Read More >
Category: Assistive Technology
Christopher Hills is an amazing young man who I greatly admire and find very inspiring. Christopher is an Apple Certified Pro Final Cut Pro X, Level One and an Accessibility Ambassador and a geek who has cerebral palsy. I have been following Christopher for a while now. His YouTube Channel Read More >
TrackerPro is a computer input device that takes the place of a mouse for people with little or no hand movement. Simply plug it in and it works just like a mouse (no additional software required). Anything that can be done with a regular hand mouse can be done by Read More >
The Ken’s Power Caster is a fully automated, push-button or “sip and puff” controlled fishing machine that gives severely disabled people the ability to cast out their line (around 100 feet), hook, fight, retrieve and land fish with total independence – no matter the disability or injury level.
A new type of video game lets you play without moving your hands. It’s all about tapping in to your brain power. Don Clark has written about this new technology for the Wall Street Journal. Based on the latest developments in neuro-technology, Emotiv has developed a new interface for human Read More >
KeyStrokes™ is an award-winning, fully-functional, advanced on-screen keyboard providing people with physical impairments as well as graphic tablet and touch screen users full access to the computer.