Top Assistive Technologies of 2014

first_imgAs it is the last day of the year, I wanted to take a moment to point out how exciting this year was for assistive technology.  What were some of the most noted advancements?  This was indubitably the year of wearable technology, with the release of Google Glass and several other wearables.  But overall, 2014’s technology paved the way for individuals with disabilities in countless ways.2014’s Trending Assistive Technology Topics:Google Glass3D PrintingApple’s iOS 8Apple’s YosemiteiPhone 6 and iPhone 6 PlusIntel’s Connected WheelchairVEST: Versatile Extra-Sensory TransducerApps for Different DisabilitiesDyslexiaADHDVisually ImpairedLearning DisabilitiesAutism Robots:Disney’s Big Hero 6Robots4Autism Smart Home Devices:FlicWink HubReemoKwikset Kevo Z-Wave Home Controlcenter_img Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedFrom Workplace to ShowcaseFebruary 25, 2015In “Autism”AT Specialists: 8 Picks from 2016January 4, 2017In “Products and Devices”ATU145 – The Impact of Apple’s iPad on People with Autism (Dr. Patricia Wright – Easter Seals –, Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Grants, National Deaf Blind Equipment Program Funding Extended, App: Cause and Effect Sensory Light BMarch 7, 2014In “Assistive Technology Update”last_img read more

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