A web designer, inventor, entrepreneur, advocate, and much more, Ean is a man of many talents. His company, ICAN Resource Group Inc., is just as diverse, with services ranging from medical assistive technology to multimedia development. However, Ean has Muscular Dystrophy (SMA Type 2), and needed a tablet to communicate his ideas to clients, as well as a Bluetooth module to interface the tablet with his chair.
Our team put this together in a relatively short period of time for the Hackaday.io 2016 Hackaday Prize. In addition to a good explanation of the project, there’s a lot of footage of the LipSync in action, with a neat animation at the end showing a LipSync being assembled.
October is Learning Disabilities month, so for this month’s e-bulletin, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite apps designed to assist individuals who struggle with learning difficulties. While there are many great assistive technology options for PC and Mac, this list will focus on mobile options. Apps tend to cost much less than […]