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◗ The LOLA (Laugh Out Loud Aid) app
created by Tech Kids Unlimited that
engages youth on the autism spectrum
to learn digital tools and collaborate
◗ The R82 Scallop Chair designed by Keria
Gwynn and R82 and manufactured by
GEFA. The portable seating element
adds extra support when enclosed around a child’s “pelvis and trunk,”
providing stability without preventing movement and offering sensory
feedback to help create a sense of calm.
◗ The Blindways app from the Perkins School for the Blind that picks up
where GPS falls short, guiding pedestrians who are blind through the “last
30 feet of frustration” to bus stops using community crowdsourced clues.
◗ The inclusive Los Angeles County Voting Booth (prototype; to be
produced for the 2020 election) by IDEO, Digital Foundry, and
Cambridge Consultants, addresses all types of voters, including
people unfamiliar with technology, speak languages other than
English, are hard of hearing or have limited vision, use wheelchairs,
and/or have learning disabilities.
Several products designed by Michael Graves are featured in the exhibit as well,
including the Stryker Prime TC Transport by Stryker Medical, an innovative and
more user-friendly model of the standard wheelchair. Also featured by Graves is a
suite of shower accessories including a trellis grab bar with shelf, sprayer holder,
and hook designed for Moen in 2016. The square grab “bar” features multiple
touch points to prevent slipping by both adults and small children, initially intended
to help people with low vision to find the soap and a secure place to grasp.
exhibit features a
number of innovative