From engadget . I read about this display technology years ago. I'm glad to hear it is nearing commercialization.
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I think making music with loops could make an exciting activity for kids with a variety of disabilities. Unfortunately I know next to nothing about it. I'm collecting links to useful looking pages so I can think about ways to enable kids to play with music.
I've been annoyed for months by my laptop selecting my neighbor's access point over mine. On every startup I'd have to make sure I was using our network. I looked a few times but apparently with the wrong search terms. The answer is to use gconf-editor as described here . One point that momentarily fooled me, you do not want to use sudo for this.
Diane P pointed me to this interesting looking book " Just Ask: Integrating Accessibility Throughout Design ".
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 :
My students all have Office 2007 so they are sending me .docx files. This helpful post on Ubuntu Forums works great.
What Autistic girls are made of by Emily Bazelon is an interesting read.
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