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A project log for LipSync

An assistive tech which allows quadriplegics to use touchscreen mobile devices using a mouth-operated joystick with sip and puff controls

ChadChad 6 days ago0 Comments

Harry, our Manager of Research and Development, and Jake, our Mechanical Engineer, are coming down to sunny California for two events.

Chad pointing at a Maker Faire sign

San Francisco Maker Faire (May 18th - 20th)

It's the biggest Maker Faire on Earth (or as they say, the Greatest Show and Tell)! Harry and Jake will be at our booth all three days, so stop by and say hi if you're around.

On the 20th, Harry will sit on a panel called Making Access for People with Disabilities. He'll talk about Makers Making Change alongside four brilliant makers who will cover adaptations for persons with different disabilities.

Sign up for the San Francisco Maker Faire here.

Demonstration of keyguard usage

Laser Cutting Keyguards Workshop (May 22nd)

We're making the most of our stay in the Bay Area and hosting this workshop in partnership with the Communication Technology Education Center (CTEC) and HackerLab.

Keyguards can be very useful for people with disabilities, helping them control their input and address mobility and agility issues. We're sending our best laser cutter, Jake, to lead this workshop.

Sign up for the Laser Cutting Keyguard workshop here.

We hope to see you soon!

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