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The GO FlyEase is Nike’s first completely hands-free sneaker — and the design was inspired by a letter from a teenage boy with cerebral palsy.
A new smartphone app unlocks independent travel for people with intellectual disabilities.
Inspired by his visits to Walter Reed Medical Center, engineer Ken Jones makes adaptive controllers to keep veterans gaming.
One father in Portland, Oregon is helping design the parks of the future with inclusive playground equipment that makes play accessible to all.
Visually impaired YouTuber Kristy Viers has created a channel where she demonstrates the assistive technology features on her devices.
It’s been nearly impossible for the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing to experience live music together. The use of a haptic suit may finally change that.
With special closures, see-through panels, and a riot of colors and patterns, designer Sky Cubacub is making face masks for people with disabilities.
WeWALK’s smart cane uses ultrasonic sensors and GPS navigation to help the visually impaired navigate the world around them safely and independently.