Emma is suffering from a rare congenital disease known as anthrogryposis. She cannot lift her hand without help. With WREX (Wilmington Robotic Exoskeleton)..
A New Zealand technology company has unveiled an Exoskeleton robotic legs that enables disabled people to walk or climb steps. It uses a joystick and control pad to move and may replace wheelchairs in future.
The month long campaign with IAC (Infocomm Accessibility Centre) has finally come to an end with the Tweet Meet at SMU park on Saturday (26th Jun 2010). The sky was kind to us with nice weather although the ground is still damp with the previous day of raining. To me, […]
IAC (Infocomm Accessibility Centre) is organizing a Tweet Meet this coming 26th June 2010. The event will be held at SMU Campus Green. Early birds who signed up for the Tweet Meet will get a picnic basket. I have been to IAC for a tour. Click here to find out […]
I was glad to take part in this Infocomm Accessibility Centre (IAC) tour. Before this tour, I don’t even know what is IAC or what it does. After this tour, I hope my blog post can help people to understand more about IAC and what it can do to help […]