When I was first injured back in the mid-2000s, I did not have enough finger dexterity to dial my cell phone well. Instead, I used a Motorola phone that allowed me to make calls by saying “abracadabra.” It was a lot like summoning Siri, only it kept mistakenly activating phone calls.
Beyond Inspiration: A New Narrative. Opening Up the Lanes. When the Nightmare of an Airline Losing Your Wheelchair Comes True,
Will wheelchairs always have wheels? If we can’t hail an Uber driver, will the company send an autonomous vehicle instead? And what about research?Where's our cure? Read on for answers in this, our first Big Ideas issue.
Smart technologies combined with artificial intelligence and advanced robotics are changing everything we know about mobility devices.
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When I first got my dog, he had a lot of energy. I mean A LOT of energy. He required frequent trips to the dog park if I didn’t want him ...
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