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AT in the news for the weeks of 8/5 thru 8/16

Teen’s inexpensive 3D-printed prosthetic could open doors for amputees in the third world

“Google Glass: Not for the Hearing Impaired” – author explains issues with accessibility

Look Ma, No Buttons! Bluetooth headset without buttons for users with dexterity issues

The EyeWriter – a low-cost, open source eye-tracking system that allows ALS patients to draw using just their eyes

Amphibious prosthetic leg promises superhuman swimmers

Viewpoints TV Announces a Special Segment on Smart Home Technologies

Google Glass, other wearables could give the disabled a new measure of independence  

OK, Glass: I Can’t Walk, So Help Me Explore

Using technology to help physically impaired and ill children get better through music

PDF Association Releases Matterhorn Protocol, the Definitive Accessibility Testing Model for PDF

Blind games: The next battleground in accessibility

An App to Lead the Blind

Robotic exoskeleton to help rehabilitate disabled people passes safety tests

Making websites accessible without sacrificing aesthetics

Academics craft clothes for disabled

New device helps patients keep their voices from diseases

With Documentary, PBS Looks At Life On The Spectrum

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