sexta-feira, 12 de outubro de 2018

O papel das Tecnologias Assistivas na Universidade e suas aplicações na Sociedade - Curitiba dia 15 de outubro e Ponta Grossa dia 17 de outubro


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  O LABERG | Laboratório de Ergonomia da Universidade Federal do Paraná convida para um ciclo de palestras e workshop em Curitiba dia 15 de outubro e em Ponta Grossa dia 17 de outubro!
Temática: O papel das Tecnologias Assistivas na Universidade e suas aplicações na Sociedade
MANHÃ | das 09h às 12h | PALESTRAS:
  • Como conviver com a Diferença;
  • Método de Cocriação de Moda funcional para pessoas com Deficiência;
  • Sistema de Código de cores  "see color";
  • Avaliação das tecnologias assistivas sob a ótica do usuários.
TARDE | das 14h às 18h | WORKSHOP:
  • Workshop de Cocriação de Moda Funcional;
  • Workshop sobre o Código de cores.
No dia 15 de outubro o evento acontecerá em CURITIBA na UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PARANÁ | Ed D. Pedro I - Anfi 100. Rua General Carneiro, 460.
No dia 17 de outubro o evento acontecerá em PONTA GROSSA na UNINTER | Av. General Carlos Cavalcanti, 527 - Uvaranas.

Faça sua inscrição pelo link: goo.gl/forms/Ji5ZIIaFTaAPmmHF3
VAGAS LIMITADAS!
*Como o evento é gratuito estamos sugerindo aos participantes a doação de 2 kg de alimentos não-perecíveis a serem entregues no dia do evento, no ato do credenciamento (os alimentos serão doados para uma entidade social).


Para maiores informações: www.tecnologia.ufpr.br/portal/rpdta/eventos/
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quarta-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2018

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Meet the Deaf-Blind Lawyer Fighting For People With Disabilities





Publicado em 31 de jan de 2018
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It's easy to forget how inaccessible our world is to anyone with limited vision or hearing. Even something as simple as watching a Facebook video is a challenge due to access barriers. Haben Girma is fighting to change that.


Ahead is a transcript of Haben's interview so that it's accessible to everyone.

Video: Haben sits on a couch

Haben: Deaf-blindness is a rare disability, so most of the time I'm the first person in a certain situation. So I'm used to being a pioneer.

Video: The first shot is Haben typing on a keyboard, and the second shot is Haben speaking at an event

Title reads: Meet the Deaf-Blind Lawyer Fighting For People With Disabilities

Video: Haben sits on a couch

Haben: A lot of my friends know better than to tell me that I can't do something because that's actually encouragement to try to find a solution.

Video: In the first shot, Haben communicates via sign language with a student. In the next four shots, she surfs, dances, skis, and scales a building.

Graphic: Haben Girma was born deaf-blind, meaning she has limited hearing and vision

But that hasn't stopped her from surfing, dancing, skiing, and even scaling a building

Video: Haben smiles

Graphic: Growing up, Haben attended mainstream public schools and quickly learned to adapt

Video: Haben sits on a couch, talking

Haben: When I was in school, I had a teacher who trained me how to travel as a blind person.

Video: A bus drives down the street

Haben: I remember one of the lessons; she intentionally had me miss my stop so that I could learn how to problem solve when things go wrong.

Video: Haben works with a young student

Graphic: But not all students are so lucky

Video: Haben sits on a couch, talking

Haben: Many students with disabilities don't have access to information when they're in school.

Video: Close-up of a hand reading Braille on a keyboard

Haben: We need to make sure the schools have access to accessible technology, have access to qualified teachers who can provide training.

Video: In the first shot, Haben uses her Braille keyboard. In the second shot, a hearing aid is placed in a woman’s ear.

Graphic: Thanks to assistive technology, deaf-blind individuals have various ways to communicate

Video: Haben sits on a couch, talking. We see sporadic shots of her using her Braille keyboard.

Haben: Deaf-blindness is a spectrum. There are people with limited vision and limited hearing, and we use a variety of different communication styles: sign language, print on palm. What I use primarily is a keyboard and digital Braille display — so people will type on a wireless keyboard, and I'll read in digital Braille.

Video: President Barack Obama communicates with Haben via keyboard, and they shake hands

Obama: Hi, Haben!

Haben: Hello. It’s good to meet you!

Video: Maxine, a German Shepherd, stands with Haben

Graphic: Haben also has her trusty guide dog, Maxine, by her side

Video: Haben stands outside in front of a leafy wall, talking

Haben: Her job is to navigate around obstacles.

Video: Maxine guides Haben around a trailer hitch, then walks with her down a street

Haben: I make the decisions, and she follows me.

Video: Image of Haben in a graduation gown speaking at a university, followed by an image of Haben paddleboarding across a body of water

Graphic: Early on, Haben quickly learned to be her own biggest advocate

Video: Haben sitting on a couch, talking

Haben: When I was young, I had to teach people what I need, and that process helped me build up self-advocacy skills.

Video: People gather food at a cafeteria

Haben: There was one incident when I was in college. The college cafeteria would provide menus only in print, and blind students couldn't access the menu.

Video: Haben speaks at a TED Talk event

Graphic: Haben asked the cafeteria manager to provide an accessible menu, but her request was brushed off

Video: Haben sits on a couch, talking, followed by a shot of Haben on a laptop in the park, researching

Haben: Later, I did research. I learned that I have a right to information, and I returned to the cafeteria manager and explained, "I'm actually not asking for favors. I'm asking you to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act."

Video: Time-lapse shots of people walking through a crowded street, a busy city intersection, and traffic on the freeway

Graphic: The Americans With Disabilities Act, passed in 1990, prohibits discrimination based on disability in all areas of public life

Source: ADA.gov

Video: Haben sits on a couch, talking

Haben: It changed the whole culture in the cafeteria. They started providing menus in accessible formats. And that taught me that if I advocate for myself, I change the community.

Video: Haben, in a

How I use technology as a blind person! - Molly Burke (CC)









Publicado em 18 de dez de 2015
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Thanks for watching this video on how I use technology as a blind person! I hope you found this interesting, and let me know if you'd like any other tech videos!

My Vision Loss Journey Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwxVK...

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Cool Stuff For Blind, Deaf, or Non-Verbal People





Publicado em 9 de abr de 2014
Tommy demonstrates unique products that help people with disabilities.
Watch more videos about how blind people do things: https://youtu.be/fYLdlO96uaM?list=PL7...
Open the description for links to get the tools featured in this video.

Directed/Edited by Ben Churchill - Subscribe for more TommyEdisonXP videos!
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Filmed at the Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference in San Diego, California.



EXHIBITORS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO

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MUSIC CREDITS

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FAMILY'S FIRST EYE EXAM WITH PEARLE VISION







Publicado em 21 de mar de 2017
Tiffany and Sierra get their very first eye exam and somebody gets glasses!
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Eye exam with the ZEISS Essential Line: Your journey for better vision





Publicado em 9 de nov de 2016
We invite you to share this video with your patients, which shows how digital equipment from ZEISS is used to examine the eyes, create an accurate personal prescription, and custom-fit lenses within their chosen frames. This highly precise analysis lets you give your patient the best vision possible. Instruments featured are VISULENS 500, i.Profiler PLUS with i.Scription, VISUPLAN 500, VISUSCOUT 100, ZEISS Slit Lamp SL 120, VISUSCREEN 100, VISUPHOR 500, i.Terminal 2, and i.Terminal mobile.

Eye exam with the ZEISS Essential Line: Your journey for better vision







Publicado em 9 de nov de 2016
We invite you to share this video with your patients, which shows how digital equipment from ZEISS is used to examine the eyes, create an accurate personal prescription, and custom-fit lenses within their chosen frames. This highly precise analysis lets you give your patient the best vision possible. Instruments featured are VISULENS 500, i.Profiler PLUS with i.Scription, VISUPLAN 500, VISUSCOUT 100, ZEISS Slit Lamp SL 120, VISUSCREEN 100, VISUPHOR 500, i.Terminal 2, and i.Terminal mobile.

Comprehensive Eye Exam: Healthbeat Brooklyn







Publicado em 10 de fev de 2012
If you only get your eyes checked by an optometrist when you need a new Rx for eyeglasses -- it?s just not enough! Every year, an ophthalmologist should give you a comprehensive eye exam, because some of the most common diseases show no symptoms until it may be too late. Host Monica Sweeney, MD, volunteers to show you how easy it is to ensure good eyesight. For more information about getting a comprehensive eye exam at Long Island College Hospital, visit www.downstate.edu/ophthalmology.

From Brooklyn Independent Television?s HealthBeat Brooklyn, episode 60. Original airdate 02/07/2012. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit
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First Person Routine Eye Exam







Publicado em 26 de out de 2016
A routine eye exam with Nevada Eye Physicians as seen in first person.

quarta-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2017

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Deciblímetros - uma ferramento de apoio importante e com diversas versões



Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre.


Exemplo de modelo de decibelímetro.
decibelímetro, ou sonômetro ou medidor de nível de pressão sonora (MNPS), é um equipamento utilizado para realizar a medição dos níveis de pressão sonora, e, consequentemente, da intensidade, do som, já que o nível de pressão sonora é uma grandeza que representa razoavelmente bem a sensação auditiva de volume sonoro, quando ponderada.
Esse equipamento é normalmente calibrado para indicar o nível de som em decibéis, uma unidade logarítmica. O limite da audição humana é de aproximadamente 0 dB (equivalente a 20 μPa) para um ouvido humano normal e o limite antes da dor (sons extremamente altos) é de aproximadamente 120 dB, representando uma potência 1012 vezes maior que 0 dB.[1] Atualmente, no mercado brasileiro, existem equipamentos digitais capazes de realizar medições entre 30 dB e 130 dB.
Deve-se salientar que o termo "decibelímetro", embora utilizado correntemente no Brasil em alguns contextos mais leigos, é considerado inadequado e mesmo errado, se for aplicado em textos e outros documentos técnicos. Por exemplo, o site do INMETRO - Instituto Nacional de Metrologia, Qualidade e Tecnologia - não menciona o termo decibelímetro para o referido instrumento de medição, mas tão somente o medidor de nível de pressão sonora[2].

terça-feira, 31 de outubro de 2017

Bringing Smile and Head Mouse Control to AAC and Eye Tracking Devices

Citation: Perceptive Devices LLC. (2017-10-25). Bringing Smile and Head Mouse Control to AAC and Eye Tracking Devices. Retrieved 2017-10-31, from https://www.disabled-world.com/assistivedevices/computer/smyle.php Direct Link: Bringing Smile and Head Mouse Control to AAC and Eye Tracking Devices - Perceptive Devices and Tobii Dynavox partner to bring Smile and Head Mouse Control to AAC and eye tracking devices - Perceptive Devices LLC