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1802 Concepts for Accessible Living (Jan. 10, 2018)

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Show Notes

The main web site for the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute is:
www.ski.org
You can also connect with them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/smithkettlewell
and on Twitter at @SKERIResearch1

To contact Josh Miele send an e-mail to:
jam@ski.org
You can also connect with Josh Miele on Twitter at @BerkeleyBlink

Josh Miele’s web page contains information about his research and can be found at:
www.ski.org/users/joshua-miele

The YouDescribe web site can be found at:
www.youdescribe.org
You can also connect with YouDescribe on Facebook at www.facebook.com/youdescribe
and on Twitter at @SKERI_YD

You can download the OverThere app from the Apple app store and find out more about the project at:
www.ski.org/project/overthere
You can also connect with the OverThere project on Twitter at at @OverThere4ios

You can see a video demonstration of how the WearaBraille virtual wireless Braille keyboard works at:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_QWtUFFAFQ

The Smart Pen technology is available from several sources includeing:

The main web page for the San Francisco Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is:
http://lighthouse-sf.org

You can find out more about the Blind Adruino project for enabling the blind to work with electronics projects at:
www.ski.org/project/blind-arduino-project

The Blind Arduino blog can be found at:
www.blarbl.blogspot.com

In a previous episode of Eyes On Success we talked with Josh Miele and Ken Perry about the Blind Arduino project. Click on the link below to find a summary of that episode along with links to the audio and show notes:
Show #1650: Building Electronics Projects (Dec. 7, 2016)