Last year, in San Diego, Shelly and J.J. had a chance to try a perceptible snack
on the Exhibit Hall floor. In what might be the wildest follow up interview for this year, Shelly was able to touch a wide assortment of non candy related items thanks to Steve Landau and Lindsay Yazzolino of Touch Graphics. Shelly demonstrates a working prototype of a talking tactile brain that has been created for Maryland s National Museum Of Health and Medicine. She also learns about subway cars and well, you have to take a look at what else she discovered in order to understand the title of this interview. For more information about tactile design, visit the Touch Graphics website
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Joe Steinkamp is no stranger to the world of technology, having been a user of video magnification and blindness related electronic devices since 1979. Joe has worked in radio, retail management and Vocational Rehabilitation for blind and low vision individuals in Texas. He has been writing about the A.T. Industry for 15 years and podcasting about it for almost a decade.