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People with Visual Impairments Needed to Test Accessible Aquarium

The Accessible Aquarium Project at Georgia Tech is studying how to improve exhibit experiences at zoos and aquariums through the use of spoken information and music. They are recruiting partner groups, one person with an acquired vision loss and a person familiar to him or her such as a friend or family member who does not have vision loss.

Jim Mueller Presents at AIA Convention

Jim Mueller, co-project director for the Wireless RERC’s User-Centered Research project , presented samples from the “Getting Wireless: Exploring Universal Design in Wireless Technologies” student design project during a seminar at the Architects Annual Convention in Washington, D.C.

Industrial Design Student Projects to Address Universal Design in the Wireless World

04.20.12 – Last month, Jim Mueller kicked off the 2012 “Getting Wireless: Exploring Universal Design in Wireless Technologies,” where industrial design student teams at GA Tech and Virginia Tech completed their final designs for the Wireless RERC’s 2012 “Getting Wireless” universal design competition.  On April 20, four teams selected from each school presented their final designs at the Industrial Designers Society of America regional conference, “Design Dialogue:  Grow, Expand, Advance” in Atlanta, Georgia.

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