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Eye Writer: Low cost gaze control system enables drawing

NPR has posted a story on Graffiti Research Lab which developed the EyeWriter with one man in mind: Los Angeles-based graffiti artist Tony Quan.

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New App simulates degenerative eye diseases

A new App for IOS and Android has been developed to allow people to experience the world through the eyes of a person experiencing one of nine degenerative eye diseases, including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and cataracts.

http://brailleinstitute.org/MobileApps/VisionSim.aspx

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New Database of Free/Inexpensive Assistive Software

The Adaptech Research Network has posted an online database of assistive technologies that are available at little or no cost. The database can be searched by product name or function (writing, magnification, etc.). A brief description of each product is given.

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Web CapTel: Telephone Captioning on the Go or at Home

Web CapTel captions telephone conversations through web-based captioning. Any phone (including smart phones) may be used; all captions are viewed on a computer screen instead of a standard CapTel display screen.

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Trabasack Combines Laptop Bag with Laptray

Trabasack is a combination product that lets you carry a laptop or tablet computer, then use it on a firm tray surface, with a detachable beanbag cushion.

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UK Site Features Info on Simple Switch Access to Games and Entertainment

OneSwitch is a UK organization that develops and shares information about simple access to games and other software. It's got lots of fun, practical solutions for entertainment, music, and art, and an attached blog for dialogue and involvement.

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