Can-Do-Ability: Answers and Solutions from my personal experiences of living with a disability

Google Glass

19 Aug 2014As a person with Cerebral Palsy I am extremely frustrated that I cannot take my own photos. I always have to rely on someone else to take the photo for me and it is not always what I would have captured or the angle I would have taken the photo in the creative person that I am wants to choose to decide all of that too

Now Google has brought out Google Glass I may have a good chance of taking my own photos with a few spoken words.

Glass has also helped people with other disabilities access the internet, send messages and other things.

There are also people working on building apps for Glass to specifically help those with a disability.

For more information, go to: http://www.usnews.com/news/stem-solutions/articles/2014/06/10/google-glass-offers-disabled-people-access-to-a-bigger-world



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