Chad Leaman tells us how modern conveniences, unconventional user interfaces, and unique innovations have been used in the past and present to help people with disabilities carry on with their lives. He looks to the future of these applications, and urges people to help in whatever way they can.
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@ VOL 14
ON FEB 28, 2012
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BY ANDREAS KÜNZ
@ VOL 6
ON NOV 27, 2014
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@ VOL 6
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BY ALESSANDRO RUGGERI
@ VOL 29
ON DEC 06, 2016
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