Pokémon Go is a free location-based app developed by Niantic for both iOS and Android devices. It encourages users to explore their environment by using augmented reality while simultaneously trying to capture as many Pokémon as possible.
DisabilityVoice is looking for someone with a disability to test out a product. This person must either write an article for a review or answer questions and someone at DisabilityVoice will write the article. The reviewer will receive a product and after they have used it for a couple weeks they will be able to keep the device. This device is called the screen stick joystick for smart devices. If you think you might be able to use this device, please Email me on at DisabilityVoice.Tim@gmail.com . The reviewer must have a smart phone or tablet to review this product.
A mouth and voice operated game controller, mouse, and keyboard to assist a disabled gamer in playing games on the PS3, PC or Android.
This is Timothy A Carey of DisabilityVoice. Please click on the image below to watch this video by Fred Davison and become a backer. I became a $100 backer of the Quadstick despite it reaching its goal of $10,000. I felt this is a very important device. I would love to talk to the creator of this device. Full article link after the video.
While most people frown At the amount of time kids spend playing video games, some students are using their video game experience to help others. Colleges are taking the passion students have for video games and challenging them to develop video games that can enhance the lives of children with Autism. View Entire Article
A few years ago, Smith wrote a letter to Sony’s San Diego studio, the developers of the top-rated “MLB: The Show” series, and the producers were so moved by Smith’s passionate words about baseball, the Cardinals and their video game, that Sony went ahead and created Smith’s character in “MLB 10: The Show.”
According to Smith, seeing the cyber version of himself gave him a feeling like never before. It was as if by some miracle his cerebral palsy ceased to exist nine innings at a time.
It’s a feeling he wants to share with other disabled gamers.
In His Words.
Vent-Dependent Quadriplegic Bowls a 212 and 14th Game of 200+
If you’re wondering how it’s possible, the answer is called an IKAN Bowler, which is essentially a fancy bowling ramp that can attach to pretty much any wheelchair. View Entire Article
Many of you have probably heard about the new xbox coming out this fall called Kinect. This new technology allows users to dance, run, dodge, bend, and kick instead of using any controllers such as the current xbox or wii console games. This is a fascinating turn in technology towards a completely hands-free gaming experience, but do they have gamers with disabilities in mind?. . . .More Article By Steve Spohn- AMS Vans – Jul 12, 2010
DisabilityVoice Speaks: Cory was a friend of Timothy Carey of DisabilityVoice.
Corey “Dis” Krull was a professional writer