Ami-Go is a mobile application and wristband device for people who are blind or who have low vision to alert them anytime a friends is nearby. It provides haptic feedback to users to help find their friends, family, and co-workers in public spaces so they can initiate a conversation on a more independent basis.
QCharm is a cueing and reminder charm bracelet designed for use by individuals with cognitive disabilities or autism. Cues slide onto the elastic bracelet and may be referred to by user to provide reminders of scheduled activities or other information. The kit includes two wristbands, two keychains, which can also hold charms, 30 icon charms, three reward charms, and a portable carrying case. COLOR: The charm bracelet is yellow and the charms are yellow with black designs.
Shortcut is a prototype wristband for amputees to use to operate a computer mouse. It swipes, clicks and zooms via a sensor on the wearable technology. Shortcut is designed to make prosthetic hands more facile when working with digital technology, taking simple hand gestures that most amputees can still trigger through a phenomenon called phantom hand and mapping them onto the most basic computer commands–moving the cursor, left and right clicking, and scrolling.