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iDance4Joy

iDance4Joy Project

Start 2013 with a dance of joy in the iDance4Joy Project, initiated by Kathleen Isaac, Director of the Hunter College Arnhold Graduate Dance Education Programs. Choose an appropriate space and have a friend film you with your iPad or smartphone performing a less-than-10-second joyful dance. Post the video shortly afterwards as a response to this one. To do a video response (On YouTube), click a comment box and click ‘Add a video response’ to upload your submission. ‘Title and tag it with iDance4Joy and your name. Once we have 50 submissions we will release a mash-up. Thanks to all who participate in the iDance4Joy Project.

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Access4Kids input device allows disabled children to control touch-centric tablets

Limited mobility access to computers has been closely addressed in the past decade. Now it’s the tablet’s turn to become even more user friendly. ┬áVideo and Engadget article linked below.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mc6eygC5eQ8&w=560&h=315]

http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/11/access4kids-input-device-tablet-control-disabled-video/