Google Maps: Wheelchair Accessible

Big cities like London usually aren’t known for being easily accessible to people using wheelchairs, but a new feature from Google Maps is a step toward making it easier. Google Maps on Thursday launched a “wheelchair-accessible” option for six major cities. “In city centers, buses and trains are often the best way to get around, […]

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The Liftware Level

These utensils were  created by a team of scientists, dedicated to creating eating tools for people with special needs. Both robotic spoons automatically corrects its level in accordance with the user’s hand position. Liftware Steady – Starter Kit: $195 Liftware Level – Starter Kit: $195 Ready To Buy? Click Here!

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Anybody Can Buy This Exoskeleton For the Price of a Midrange Sedan

Here’s the Phoenix exoskeleton, a 27-pound wearable robot that could help everyone from disabled vets to kids learn how to ditch their wheelchairs and walk again on their own two feet. It costs $40,000. The Phoenix was designed by the California-based robotics company suitX, which specializes in medical and industrial exoskeletons. The suit’s based on research from […]

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