If you believe this, then you’re gullible enough to believe that crows are as smart as humans (oops! Link to Crow story!) (link to Kinect2 story).
(thanks Howard) I like the idea of presenting visual information to a contact lens. But you know…. It would put a whole new spin on texting while driving…(link).
Looks like the bunny is getting a run for its money! (link)
A dream come true? Looks like there’s a word predictor hiding in OS5 just waiting to be tweeked out. Will let you know how it works! (link).
(from technology review) Taking control of computers with our hands and bodies is set to become commonplace. via Gestural Interfaces Go Mainstream – Technology Review.
Look mom, no physical keyboard! If this technology goes commercial it could spawn a whole new generation of tech access! (link).
Looks like iOS is moving toward the ability to recognize non-contact gestures. Will this work for AAC? (link)
One of the first remote access technologies for the iPad. What are the AAC implications? (link).
After yesterday’s iPhone presentation I went on Apples website trying to find out what iOS5’s accessibility options will be. This is what I found (see above). Particularly interesting is Apple’s statement that “iOS 5 works with specialized hardware accessories”. What will this mean to the AAC at AT communities? joysticks and other tracking devices that […]
(from Disability Scoop) Apple appears to be taking steps to make its popular tablet and smartphone devices more user-friendly for people with disabilities who are unable to use touch screens. (link)