CES 2016: PRC Augmentative & Alternative Communication Devices

Allison interviews Cynthia Heryanto from PRC about their devices that help people with speech impairment communicate. PRC’s AAC solutions offer advanced functionality and user-friendly features, making communication fast and easy. PRC provides four Accent tablet devices that are ideal for users of all ages. Accent devices are compatible with all PRC language systems and can […]

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CSUN 2016: BlindShell Smartphone for Visually Impaired

Allison interviews Jan Simik from BlindShell about their new smart phone designed for people with visual impairment. The phone’s user interface is controlled by simple touch gestures, with access to a full suite of commonly used functions. BlindShell seamlessly integrates a unique, easy-to-use keyboard for writing numbers and text. The setting is the International Technology […]

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CSUN 2016: University of Washington DO-IT

Allison interviews Cynthia Bennett from the University of Washington about their Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology (DO-IT) program. DO-IT promotes inclusion and success for people with disabilities and is aimed at both educators and students. The program manages several grants, many from the NSF, that support students with disabilities pursuing STEM careers and it publishes […]

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CES 2016: Arkamys 360° Audio for Immersive Video

Allison interviews Frédéric Amadu from Arkamys about their new system for recording 360° audio for use with 360° video. Arkamys’ 360° sound creates an immersive and interactive virtual experience by mixing 3D sound and 360° virtual reality video. The solution includes both the 360° recording capability and real time audio rendering and positioning adaptation. The […]

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