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App Factory Releases 2014-2015 Call for Proposals Sticky

Each year, the Wireless RERC’s App Factory invites experienced organizations or individual developers based in the U.S. to submit proposals for financial support to develop assistive and/or accessibility apps for mobile platforms (e.g., Android, Blackberry 10, iOS, Windows Phone). 

Apps developed through this program include AccessNote by the American Foundation for the Blind, BrailleTouch by BrailleTech, LLC, and Sprint ID Accessibility Packs, Currency Identifier, and IDEAL Group Reader by Apps4Android.

Announcing Healthy Environments and Active Lifestyles (HEAL) Open House

You are invited to join The Wireless RERC, the Aware Home Research Initiative, Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA), and others for the 4th annual  Healthy Environments and Active Lifestyles (HEAL) Open House on April 23rd from 5-8:30pm. NOTE The Date and Time have changed on this event.

The event will feature design projects from Wireless RERC courses as well as research projects and App Factory app demonstrations from the Wireless RERC and other related Georgia Tech organizations.  HEAL is a multi-site event taking place in Atlanta, Georgia. Details and RSVP: www.healatgt.gatech.edu.

For questions related to the HEAL event or the Aware Home at Georgia Tech please contact Brian Jones.

Start Date: 
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 - 5:00pm to 8:30pm
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