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Welcome By Neatebox

Welcome by Neatebox is an automatic, smartphone initiated, proximity aware conversation between a disabled customer and a business or venue they are visiting. At this time, society relies on traditional … Read more

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Everyone Can

Everyone Can helps disabled people to speak, control their environment, gain independence and have fun through training and assistive technology. By carrying out assessments to see how a person’s disability … Read more

Jess Fisher at Showfest by Sam Holgate-Davey

Digit Music

Control One, created by Digit Music,  was developed in response to the need for a non-instrument alternative for severely disabled people to create music. The only product of its kind, … Read more

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INCA Project

MakeWrite, designed by the INCA Project at City University, London, uses novel technology to make the world a better place for people with aphasia by enabling them to engage in … Read more

Digital Magic: Lifelites Accessibility Award Winners and Winner of Winners, 2011

Bringing fun and games to children in hospices

Lifelites is a UK-based children’s technology charity that provides a package of fun and educational technology to every one of the 49 children’s hospices in the UK and Ireland. The … Read more

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