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EVA Park supports people living with aphasia
“If EVA Park wasn’t there, I wouldn’t be doing what I do, talk to everyone, going out as well. Went to club on my own two weeks...
Open Bionics create affordable, accessible 3D printed limbs
Accessibility Award 2015
Open Bionics is revolutionising healthcare by using 3D scanning and 3D printing to dramatically cut the cost of fitting hand amputees...
Barclays Bank team up with SignVideo to make banking more accessible
People who are deaf or hard of hearing and use British Sign Language (BSL) used to have to rely on family or friends, or a pre-booked...
Talking Birds bring accessibility to the theatre
Talking Birds is a small, independent, site-specific theatre company, making work that explores, and seeks to illuminate, the profound...
Smarter TVs for the Visually Impaired
Accessibility Award 2014
As the world’s leading TV manufacturer by volume, Samsung supplies the UK’s highly competitive consumer electronics sector. Samsung’s...
Professor Stephen Hawking: Tech4Good Special Award 2012
Tech4Good Special Award 2012
Professor Hawking has transformed our understanding of the universe and is a perfect example of the power of technology to transform...
Building a better spellchecker to tackle dyslexia
Accessibility Award 2012
Global AutoCorrect is the brainchild of Neil Cottrell, a 26-year-old graduate, who is severely dyslexic. He initially developed the...
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