This week Ryan and Rob respond to some email before welcoming Sean Tibbetts, CEO and Co-Founder of CyberTimez, maker of the Cyber Eyez wearable Assistive Technology device to the show. We discuss the state of the Wearables market and the development of wearables as pieces of AT before diving into some speculation of what the future may hold.
This week we kick off September with an intimate sit-down with friend of the show, Rick Chant, owner and operator of Chaos Technical Services where he gives us a glimpse into his background and the challenges and rewards of operating an Assistive Technology service center.
We are all over the map, literally, this week as welcome Aimee Cayer from the non-profit organization ‘Autism on the Seas’ into the Guitar Dungeon. She gives an overview of the invaluable services the organization provide vacationing families with Special Needs family members and its origins before leaving the boys to talk about a host of off-topic bits, including hockey, Las Vegas, and a crazy story involving seagulls.
Study Reveals Blind People Imagine the Future Differently Than Sighted People
Autism on the Seas
This week we welcome Brad Turner, VP of Education at Benetech into the Guitar Dungeon where we discuss the company’s ongoing mandate of providing positive social change utilizing technology. Also, we discuss some big news for Steve’s company, Canadian Assistive Technology.
This week we invite Shawn Smith of ‘Don’t Dis My Ability’ into the Guitar Dungeon where we talk all about invisible disabilities and the burgeoning field of Neurodiversity.
Mindview Mind Mapping Software
This week we welcome Tom Dekker, founder of iHabilitation Canada, blogger and Blindness advocate into the Guitar Dungeon where he discusses his early days of Phone Phreaking, some current trends in AT, and the fight against a new set of standards being introduced for Canadian Guide Dogs.
Hands off Our Harnesses
This week we briefly discuss the new Eye Tracking software that will be included in the forthcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update before engaging in a Banterfest with Wade Wingler, Vice President of Technology and Information Services and Security Office at Easterseals Crossroads and host of the long running podcast Assistive Technology Update.
Assistive Technology Update
This week we had a great time bantering with Maria Johnson, aka Girl Gone Blind — so much so that it turned out to be our longest episode to date! We talk with her about her eye condition, her experience with losing her sight, the importance of blogging and social media, technology, and how it helped with her transition and recovery.
This week Rob and Ryan dive into some of last week’s most exciting AT-related news stories, including the announcements from Google I/O, a piece of wearable tech that can help control Parkinson’s, and whatever else pops into their heads!