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Cato device is a small (1.5"x1.5") black rounded rectangle and about 1" thick. It has two small black rectangular protrusions top and bottom on the face and the word "cato" printed in gold lower-case print. A small rounded rectangular opening is located on one side of the device.

CSUN 2024: Cato Motion-Based Wearable Alternative to Eye Gaze Control

Allison interviews Auli Co-Founder, Spero Koulouras, about their alternative to eye gaze to control applications and devices. Auli’s Cato device empowers people with motor disabilities by providing familiar customizable control of electronic devices. Cato is a motion-based wearable device that controls Windows, macOS, and Chromebook computers by emulating mouse and keyboard input. It also operates […]

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Touch Graphics company logo showing two hands at right angles to each other with fingers extended. The fingers overlay a grid pattern of red dots (indicating touch points) on a blue circular background.

CSUN 2024: Touch Graphics Interactive Tactile Displays

Allison interviews Lindsay Yazzolino and Steve Landau from Touch Graphics about two of their products that provide universal access using tactile designs. The first is a custom tactile overlay for maps that provides orientation and wayfinding for people with visual impairment. Lindsay demonstrates the T3 Tablet that has various tactile overlays with raised features. The […]

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Bellman & Symfon company logo in white text on a black background. The tag line "Design for Ears" in red text lies below the company name. A stylized speaker in red shows sound emanating from it towards the company name.

CSUN 2024: Bellman & Symfon Smart Home Products for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Allison interviews Peter Jungvid, founder and owner of Bellman & Symfon, about their range of smart home solutions designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Peter begins with Bellman’s smart home wireless alerting devices. They sell transmitters to sense various household events such as a doorbell, telephone ring, baby crying, and smoke […]

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Fake University website showing how Silktide identifies web content issues with location specific callouts on the webpage such as "Broken form" and "Is this a decorative image?"

CSUN 2024: Silktide Website Accessibility & Content Checker

Allison interviews Oliver Emberton, Founder and CEO of Silktide, about their free website accessibility and content checker. Silktide allows web managers to find and fix accessibility, content, and user experience problems automatically. Available as a free download on the Chrome Store, Silktide operates as a Chrome extension. It works on any Chromium-based browser such as […]

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Cognixion ONE Assisted Reality Headset

CSUN ATC 2022: Cognixion ONE Assisted Reality Headset

Allison interviews Lucas Steuber from Cognixion about their Cognixion ONE headset that serves as a non-invasive brain-computer interface. With an appearance similar to an Oculus Quest, the Cognixion ONE headset provides “Assisted Reality” – the blending of Assistive Technology and Augmented Reality. It is a universally accessible, wearable device that enables users with a wide […]

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