One of several accessories showing up for the ipad (link).
Here’s a way that mobile technologies are different than SGDs (link).
Verbal Victor (not out yet) is the latest in the line of AAC applications for the iPhone and iPad. Over the next few weeks, I will talk about AAC and mobile technologies: the apps, the hardware and the implications for the AAC community. Please comment with news and opinions on this new and important issue. […]
The polaroid PoGo is an ultraportable digital camera and printer. Looks great for capturing that “visual scenes” moment to put in your communication book and to send over (via bluetooth) to your computer to add to your SGD!! (Thanks to Liz Hanson for this tip!!) (link) .
A quick review of current iPad apps for Augcom. (link).
What are the implications for University of Washington’s mobile ASL project for AAC? Augmenting long distance communication with face-to-face video, an application for “air-spelling”, gesture recognition and translation? (link).
(from the RtF website): Raising the Floor is an international consortium of organizations and individuals focused on ensuring that people experiencing disabilities, literacy problems, or the effects of aging are able to access and use all of the information, resources, services, and communities available on or through the Web. Of particular concern are those with […]
Look! A tiny bluetooth keyboard that works with iPhones and iPads selling for about $35! (link).
Ok guys, Here we go! The first AAC review of the iPad! Glenda Watson makes a compelling case for the utility of the iPad as an AAC device. Take a look! (link).
First comparison of the iPad to another device in terms of its AAC features. This came from a discussion on the ASHA SID12 listserv (thanks Sarah). (link).