Monthly Archives: July 2015
Lab PI Ali Mazalek’s in Georgia where she also runs the Georgia Tech version of SynLab, one of the precursors to the RE/Lab. She comes in remotely to keep everyone on task and see how things are going on. Can’t … Continue reading
Kamran’s (@KamranWeb) grinding down some plexiglass to fit in the electronics for the RE/Lab’s new alternative and augmented communication (AAC) project. We started with the design Morse2Go developed and have been trying to make a more compact single unit that … Continue reading
This summer, RE/Lab RAs (funded by Ryerson’s OVPRI) have been working on five projects to present at the ParaPanAm Games’ Accessibility Innovation Showcase. Hope to see you there.
Canadian Foundation for Innovation ran a story last week about work started in the EDGE Lab, and continuing in the RE/Lab: More than just a cardboard box: Using this cheap and lightweight material, researchers are helping parents design custom adaptations … Continue reading