Catalog - Sat, 17/04/2021

As the very first example of its kind, GlassOuse is a special mouse created alternatively for those who have trouble using their gadgets with any other input devices. As a Bluetooth mouse featuring built-in motion sensor, GlassOuse was designed to control the cursor with slight head movements and maximum accuracy while allowing the user to click by a bite or press of the lips on a blue “bite-click” button in the first version.


Directory - Sat, 17/04/2021

Active Hands make gripping aids that gently, yet firmly hold your hand into a gripping shape enabling you to hold tightly onto objects from hammers to garden tools; gym equipment to wii controllers; ski-outriggers to boat tillers; adaptive bike handles to musical instruments; and many more. Our gripping aids are designed so that the user can put them on independently. Our Small Item gripping aid is great for holding smaller items such as make-up brushes, personal care items, cutlery, pens and paintbrushes.


Directory - Tue, 13/04/2021

EnnoPro Group integrates industrial know-how, research and development, business experience and high-tech trends while specializing in manufacturing assistive technology, special automotive accessories, battery products and energy solutions along with dedicated customer service. Boosting five brands under its roof, EnnoPro Group invests more than a half a million dollars in R&D to bring more innovative ideas to its adopted markets and a reliable cooperation to its partners.


News - Tue, 13/04/2021

The internet is a great resource to support home learning, but not all websites meet educational requirements or are child-friendly — some even have inappropriate ads! Teaching your children at home is stressful enough without having to frantically close pop-ups at the same time. Unfortunately, websites that are safe and entertaining often require you to pay expensive subscription fees. The good news is that there are useful free resources available to help your kids learn from home.


Events - Wed, 31/03/2021

Women stand at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, as health care workers, caregivers, innovators, community organizers and as some of the most exemplary and effective national leaders in combating the pandemic. The crisis has highlighted both the centrality of their contributions and the disproportionate burdens that women carry.


Directory - Sun, 21/03/2021

Manufacturer of the Rivo device, an assistive product that allows smart phones to be operated with a keyboard.


Catalog - Sun, 14/03/2021

Key Mapper is a free and open source Android app that can map a single or multiple key events to a custom action. The aim of this project is to allow anyone to map their buttons in any combination to anything.

Source: KeyMapper project


Events - Sat, 13/03/2021

This year you can connect in-person or online. From technicians and regulators, to founders and government delegations – whether it’s with a click of a button, a smile on screen, a friendly elbow bump, or a knowing nod, 2021 offers even more ways to seal that deal with the most influential attendees.

While there’s nothing that can beat face-to-face interaction to build truly strong relationships, the addition of digital products that aid virtual attendance allows connecting to become easier, more accessible and even smarter.


Consumer electronics - Sat, 20/02/2021

The minimalist face of the Bradley Mesh Silver features raised markers brushed in a silver mirrored finish to complement the matte silver finish of the case and strap. Crafted from lightweight titanium and a durable stainless steel mesh strap, this sleek timepiece offers the best of modern design.


Directory - Fri, 19/02/2021

Eone was founded to solve a problem: to tell time, people who are blind have had to choose between intrusive talking watches, or fragile tactile watches. There were hardly elegant, quality alternatives.

Eone founder Hyungsoo Kim was a graduate student at MIT when he learned of this problem through a friend who is blind. Guided by the conviction that everyone has a right to time, he collaborated with designers and persons with vision impairments to create a watch that everyone—sighted or blind—can use and enjoy.