5 innovative assistive technology (AT) products to know about from January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The pandemic is continuing to have an effect on gadgets.
The use of germicidal lamps has been receiving considerable attention over the last several months as a precaution against the spread of Covid-19.
At the nexus of the Internet of Things, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) is what Mallozzi terms "Smart AT."
9 gadgets, devices and apps to know about for parents with disabilities
In California a system that aspires to crack the barriers to universal voting access continues under development as part of a larger statewide voting access reform effort.
In 2002, the Help Americans Vote Act (HAVA) established minimum standards for federal election administration, including updating and upgrading voting equipment. The expectation was the new equipment would allow individuals with disabilities to independently and privately mark, verify and cast their ballots. We are not yet there...
Objects on display are surprisingly novel, commercially-available or prototypes of new innovations, and they inadvertently pose some important questions.
Thanks to John Brandt at MaineCITE for this post on Microsoft's Seeing AI app for persons with visual impairments. The app is free and part of an ongoing research effort.
Our AT3 News & Tips community survey showed a strong interest in emerging technology. Here's a work boot using new technology - a kinetic charger - that has considerable potential as AT...