This week we chat with a real life Guitar Hero Mel Bergman, the founder of Wheely Guitars, a custom guitar maker who specializes in building guitars designed to be able to be played in a wheelchair. Plus, we giggle at G string jokes and learn about the meaning of Mastadong.
Dave Symington from the Vancouver Adapted Music Society joins us this week to talk about the organization’s origins and how they assist musicians with disabilities find their groove!
This week we talk to Kevin Shaw, President and Founder of TellMeTV, an on-demand video description service about the state of on-demand content services, and his experience in building an accessible UI across multiple platforms.
Rob and Ryan give a brief overview of Amazon’s and Google’s respective ‘personal assistants’ and their potential as Assistive Technology.
This week we’re thrilled to be talking to Molly Watt, passionate advocate for inclusive technology, co founder of the Molly Watt Trust, director of usability consulting firm Molly Watt Limited, blogger, and children’s book author and illustrator (she does it all, folks!).
This week we’re joined by Dr. Gary Birch, executive director of the Neil Squire Society, who chats all about what Neil Squire does, the state of accessibility, brain-computer interfacing, his work with the United Nations, and what it’s like being an Order of Canada recipient.
It’s Christmas at the AT Banter Studios! It’s all hands on deck as we take a break this week from our regular subject matter to partake in a bit (well, maybe more than just a bit) of holiday cheer, share Holiday memories, exchange presents, and even are treated to a live performance of an original song by our own Ryan Fleury.
It’s Christmas Time by Ryan Fleury