This software is no long supported. Anyone is free to attempt to make it work with the new versions of OS/X.
SerialKeysX is an implementation of the
Apple's OS X operating system
. It allows control of the computer's keyboard and mouse over a serial connection from devices such as the
augmented communication devices
. You may download and use the software for free.
to this very interesting work on
. All I can say is wow, this is great!
, a $5 digital audio player and distribution system for electronic books sounds like a great idea.
Maze Day is for visually impaired and blind students in grades K-12, their parents and teachers. Your students will enjoy fun and educational computer applications developed especially for them. UNC students will learn how well their accessible applications work with real users. And everyone will have a good time!
Pete sent these links inviting more participation in Gnome accessibility.
Wow! Pete sent me this pointer to
. I've wondered if this was possible but never found a student to work on it. Thanks to
for developing it and making it open source. We'll have great fun with this in accessible applications for people with impaired movement.
Steve pointed out a nice collection of accessibility videos on the
YouTube abilitynet channel
I saw a story on
speech recognition system available on SourceForge.net.
Tim Swast has updated this code to work with the new wiiuse API. I recommend his version which you can find here:
Several of my
this semester will (I hope) use
in their projects. I had it working fine on Ubuntu but struggled to find an interface that works with Python on Windows XP. Luke pointed me to
so I wrote a very simple wrapper with
and then wrapped that in a module for PyGame. You can find the code in
CVS at SourceForge
in pywiiuse. I also uploaded a
. You'll need wiiuse.dll on Windows or wiiuse.so on Ubuntu.
Neat ideas that could turned into accessible music fun.
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