From Sightless Literary Devices to Interactive Autism Displays

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: Oct 18, 2011
Sightless Literary Devices are just one great example of how technological innovation is removing some of the barriers for those with disabilities. This list of tech-based disability tools contains some phenomenal examples which span from sight and hearing-impaired solutions as well as ones dealing with autism.

Sightless Literary Devices is a technological project developed by students at Standford University. This movement of tech-based solutions to disabilities captures the imagination and is every inspiring. It will be interesting how innovation in this field progresses.

Implications - Consumers are increasingly pinning their hopes for a brighter future on technological innovation. Products that remove a barrier for the disabled make their lives better and capture the collective imagination. Companies should consider how they can leverage technology to remove a barrier for a specific demographic.