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...can be reconfigured for different uses; and Wonder Workshop’s code-able robots. Circuit Scribes electronic drawing kits Disability tech This year’s CES seemed to offer more solutions aimed at helping people...
...the shoulders and uses sound and vibrations to direct the wearer. Moreover, while not specifically made for the blind, voice technology from tech giants Amazon and Google can also be...
...keynote dubbed “Extreme Bionics: The End of Disability.” Herr talked about how we are moving beyond prosthetics that bring humans back to zero, that are compensatory—the next thing is electromechanical...
...that point to a “bionic future of disability devices.” – NPR highlights the growing presence of transgender characters on television. -A Forbes columnist outlines why “Google Screwed Up Google Glass.”...
...a $220 billion market. Brands and Marketing — (Dis)ability advertising — Nearly one in five adults, or over 53 million people, in the United States have a disability, and that...
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