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Inclusion International: Open-Source Assistive Technologies
February 14 @ 1:40 pm - 3:00 pm
Lecturer/researcher and international coordinator, University of Applied Sciences Vienna (Austria)
Hosted by Alenka Poplin, associate professor in the Department of Community and Regional Planning, Deinhofer will share the key outcomes of Inclusion International, a project focused on internationalization of “e-Inclusion,” i.e., support of people with disabilities through modern information and communication technologies. He will outline the development of open-source assistive technologies including:
- AsTeRICS Grid: Open Source Alternative and Augmentative Communication
- FABI: Open Source Assistive Button Interface
- FlipMouse: Open Source Mouth Mouse
- FlipPad: Open Source Assistive Touchpad
- Facial Gesture Mouse (gesture mouse github project)
The University of Applied Sciences Vienna is a partner in the international exchange of staff and students and will host Iowa State students during a planned course field trip to Vienna this summer.
Attendees may join in person in room 262 Design or via Webex (click the link to join at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14).