Update: Maze Day 2008 will be April 30, 2008.
Posts with tag: enabling technology
An interesting story over at ScienceDaily about an RPI student's camera-based head-tracker music system . This will be very popular if they make it freely available.
Detects vowel sounds in audio input to control the cursor . Nice use of commodity technology. I hope they make the software available for free.
I'm continuing to think about the usb visual alert for people who are hearing impaired. Tonight I saw this article on writing a linux USB driver and it points to this source of cool controllable LED lights .
From eWeek.com :
Article at CNN about an accessible music game out of MIT. Sounds a bit like Guitar Hero. Gotta try it out.
This very neat interface to a sequencer is a cool idea for an accessible music system. A simplified version of this could be a ton of fun for kids with disabilities and their friends.
Gretchen pointed me to this page at the CITEd research center. Lots of interesting links to research and strategies for using multimedia to help students.
Sydney Morning Herald article on games that help children learn to focus .
The WiiCade Wii Remote API is a software interface that provides Flash programs with the ability to read and access the features of the Nintendo Wii Remote controller when they are run on the Internet Channel web browser.
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