Kelvin Henry of Queensborough Community College is bringing a change to the lives of people with disabilities. His clothing line, Kmatikz, would make it easier for people with disabilities to get dressed.
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The 7th Annual Accessibility Conference was a huge success and we were happy to see many familiar and new faces. Thank you everyone for coming!
Barriers are being broken down when it comes to making new technology accessible, but there is still work to be done. For blind users who can read Braille, devices like phones and tablets have a degree of accessibility. Braille keyboards and touch readers make things easier, but these devices can cost quite a bit. Researchers at the University of Michigan may have found a way around that problem with an innovative new Braille display.