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Posts tagged with “assistive-technology”

Community Hall of Fame: Audio Counter for the Blind and Visually Impaired March 16, 2015

Have ever wanted to use littleBits to design an assistive technology device?  RichB made this awesome Audio Counter for the Blind and Visually Impaired  with the mp3 player and speaker bits.       You can see and hear Rich as he demonstrates an automatic counter by using the pulse bit.  Replace the pulse with […]

ABC 7 Chicago: Students Build Robot for Motorola Maker Challenge May 25, 2014

Students in Chicago middle and high schools are using littleBits to build technology solutions to community problems, as part of the Chicago Maker Challenge. A recent segment from ABC 7 Chicago shows students designing and creating “helping bots” for people with disabilities using littleBits triggered by sound and motion.