Facebook has restored our community Group – it looks like everything is back, with the possible exception of one post from yesterday.
This has been an infuriating experience, with a few lingering questions: Continue reading And we’re BACK (on Facebook)
Well, this has been quite the weekend.
On Saturday, I asked my delightful sister to help me share ATMakers in Atlanta. We talked through a post she could share with her local friends, and I included a link to ATMakers.org’s main website.
She posted it and immediately we found out that the main site (which is based on WordPress) had been hacked. They had posted a ton of horrible ads and “your computer has been infected” garbage on the homepage. Worse, they hide it when you’re logged in, so I Continue reading ATMaker’s Facebook Group is Gone – What?
On Saturday, June 23, 2018 Mike Phillips finally checked off a long-standing desire from his “Things to Do” list – firing a gun with a switch. ATMakers.org is happy to have helped this happen. Check out his story below. Continue reading Mike’s Gun: An ATMakers.org Project
Today, our founder, Bill Binko presented at the AAC In The Cloud conference.
Visit the AAC In the Cloud Site for the full video!
https://presenters.aacconference.com/videos/UXpFMlFURTQ=Here are slides for the presentation.
AAC In the Cloud – High School – NoVids
At ATMakers, we use lots of AT Jacks. Every switch-adapted toy, every interface device, almost everything we make requires a 3.5mm jack or plug.
Because of this, we ask STEM programs and Robotics teams to make us jacks and plugs as their first soldering project, and we’re always making them here. Therefore we have lots of jacks, and we need to do lots of testing! This project makes that simple!
Continue reading Automated Testing of 3.5mm AT Jacks
This year, ATMakers.org was thrilled to host the first annual ATIA Maker Day at the ATIA Annual Conference!
STEM Students and Makers from around the country shared their experiences working with AT Users as well as the amazing technology and skills they bring to bear. ATIA attendees learned to solder, adapt toys, and make custom AT solutions using InstaMorph and corrugated plastic. Everyone had a fantastic time and the exhibit hall was filled with incredible energy! Continue reading #ATIAMakerDay 2018 was a huge hit!
In this guide, we add an AT Switch jack to a Fart Blaster so that switch users can use it.
Continue reading Fart Blaster – Switch Adaptation
A few months ago, we asked our friend Kyleigh Kramlich what would help her most in dealing with her mobility and muscle challenges due to Cerebral Palsy… first on her list: a door opener for her bedroom.
Fast forward and she’s now our first Beta Tester for this Low Cost Door Opener designed by FTC veterans Ryan and Jim Olson and ATMakers founder Bill Binko.
Continue reading Low-Cost Door Opener Preview
ATMakers.org is delighted to have partnered with the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) to present the ATIA Maker Day at the 2018 ATIA Annual Conference. Join us Saturday, February 3 at the Caribe Royale Resort in Lake Buena Vista, FL for a day of fun and learning for both Makers and AT Professionals alike!
Continue reading Join us for ATIA Maker Day
On Wednesday, November 27, 2017 ATMakers Founder Bill Binko was the guest on Adafruit Industries’ weekly YouTube program, “Ask an Engineer”. Check out this video of Bill sharing how Makers can help rescue AT!
Continue reading ATMakers Founder Bill Binko joins Adafruit Live!