This assistive technology “Handraiser Light” can be used to gain attention when a person is unable to physically “raise their hand”. It is designed to hang on the back of a laptop or tablet and can be lit as needed.
Check out how to make this simple AT device at https://learn.adafruit.com/AT-Hand-Raiser
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Check out how to switch adapt this Jack-in-the-Box. A person with disabilities can now use their AT switch to turn the crank of this beloved toy and make “Jack” pop out!
This design has a curved based at the bottom to allow view of the pictures on each side of the box. The bottom of the box is left open to save 3-D printing time and filament.
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ATMakers Gaming for All Project #SoEveryoneCanGame
With the addition last year of the XBox Adaptive Controller, followed by the recent release of the Adaptive Gaming Kit from Logitech G, it is increasingly possible to sharing Gaming with Everyone. In fact, for many switch users over five or six, an accessible XBox setup may be one of the best gifts possible this year.
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After a much longer than anticipated process, the updated drivers are available now for Windows 10 computers.
Please check out the Intellikeys page to download and see instructions on installing the new drivers. Continue reading Windows 10 Updated Driver….now available for Intellikeys!
Infrared devices are everywhere – and now it’s easy to control them thanks to our member, Chris Young, and his IRIO board. It’s a simple device that allows any microcontroller to send and receive IR signals which makes it easy to control your environment.
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This great little project was inspired by Michelle Brosse in the Facebook Group: she was heading to college and couldn’t get the professor’s attention. She wasn’t looking for a panic button or the like, just a way to raise her hand. This device does exactly that!
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This summer, we’re trying something new! We’ve worked with LessonPix Custom Learning Materials and Minor Achievements Learning Center to create a camp where every kid has access to a basic AAC device. We have two types of devices: an Android-based tablet running CoughDrop, and a custom device built on the Adafruit PyPortal intelligent screen.
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Thursday, Feb 21 at 7pm, we’ll be having our first annual “State of the .Org” meeting! Please join us to learn:
- What we’ve been up to over the past year?
- What worked (and what didn’t)
- Where we’re headed in 2019 and beyond
- And much more!
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Follow along this guide as we switch adapt a Zoom Tube with standard 3.5mm AT Jacks.
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Yes, we are serious! Today is #GivingTuesday and thanks to the amazing volunteers at the 2018 Adapt-A-Thon this past weekend, we have a stock of 3D Printed AT Switches and Switch Interfaces. And we’re going to give them away with every donation of $25 or more!
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