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A smart cane that helps blind people see
This innovative cane includes a built-in speakers, voice assistance, Google Maps, a Bluetooth system that makes syncing to other devices possible, and high-end sensors that alert the user through vibrations when above chest level obstacles are within proximity?something a regular cane cannot provide. https://wewalk.io/
19th September 2019 by IdeaSpies Admin 0 Comments
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Helping the blind to appreciate art
The Madonna del Prato (Madonna of the Meadow), formally Madonna with the Christ Child and Saint John the Baptist, is a 1506 painting by Raphael, now held in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. Next to it is a 3D relief of the painting so it can be appreciated by someone who is blind.
6th July 2019 by IdeaSpies Admin 0 Comments
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Converting brain signals into speech voted top idea at Ashurst Boardroom Lunch
Three ideas from IdeaSpies were presented by Jack Digby Lawyer at the Ashurst June 2019 Boardroom Lunch addressed by David Thodey AO. The idea receiving the most votes from directors was to convert brain signals into speech. This idea now goes to the final at the December Boardroom Lunch to select the top idea for the year. https://www.ideaspies.com/brain-decoder-that-turns-brain-signals-into-speech/.
4th June 2019 by IdeaSpies Admin 0 Comments
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A theatre company that unites people
Midnight Feast is a bold initiative that enables artists who experience significant physical and intellectual challenges to participate in the performing arts. They celebrate abilities not limitations. Their goal is to enable talented performers?to reach their full potential as people and artists; participating and performing alongside their able bodied colleagues to audiences all around Australia. www.midnightfeast.com.au/
29th May 2019 by lynnwood 0 Comments
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24th April 2019 by massey 0 Comments
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Transforming Mainstream Products for People with Disabilities
?If you want special furniture or equipment, you go to special stores.? Based on its vision to design furniture that work for all shoppers, Ikea?s branch in Israel collaborated with Access Israel and Milbat has launched a new project called ThisAbles. This project creates a range of bestselling products to be accessible for people with special needs and disabilities. Extended couch legs, an oversized switch for lamps, and special handles are the examples of new add-ons that were made to solve a different accessibility issue. Shoppers can also download free blueprints for 3-D printouts anywhere. https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/03/15/ikea-is-making-furniture-better-people-with-disabili
26th March 2019 by rosalind-nathania-setiadi 0 Comments
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