On his website and personal blog, Giuseppe di Grande made an interesting roundup of the “bullshit”, as he defines it, that students, companies and startups have invented in recent years for the blind. Read
Blindness and Low vision can affect personal autonomy and the ability of spatial orientation. This impairment compromises functions that allow the detection of visual information over long distances and consequently anticipatory behaviors. Read
All deaf and hearing impaired people know that choosing a hearing aid is not simple.
It ‘s such a personal hig-tech device that two individuals with the same audiogram may find benefit from two very different hearing aids for the type of sound response provided. Read
Some time ago I came across a video where a deafblind lady makes some interesting considerations associated with visual and hearing disabilities, pointing out how expensive it is to be deafblind. Read
Almost all those who are suffering from rare and incurable diseasefeel the need to be in touch with others and find information on research, treatments, therapies and technologies, but in many cases the disease is so rare that it is not easy to meet personally someone with the same physical, psychological and social, conditions to exchange point of views, suggestions and experiences. Read
Social. It might seem that the relationship between social media and disability is implicit in the term, because often when we speak of social meaning socially useful. Read
The Emotiv EPOC is a high resolution, neuro-signal acquisition and processing wireless neuroheadset. It uses a set of sensors to tune into electric signals produced by the brain to detect player thoughts, feelings and expressions and connects wirelessly to most PCs. Read