As many of you know I have lived with (I choose consciously not to say suffer from) Parkinson’s Disease for a few years. I have found ways to make technology work for me. As I have built my use case(s) to utilize HoloLens 2 with remoting software on my hardware I have run across many articles of individuals and businesses as well as groups finding their own use case(s) to use HoloLens 2 to help the disabled to; see, interact and to become functioning, productive members of society. But most of all to live their best lives.
- Mixed reality apps from Actimage help those with autism safely prepare for the real world | Transform (microsoft.com)
- Bakery to use augmented reality to train adults with disabilities | Miami’s Community News (communitynewspapers.com)
- Modified HoloLens Helps Teach Visually Impaired Children to Navigate the Social World (TechCrunch)
- Microsoft’s HoloLens can help the blind navigate buildings (fastcompany.com)
Every day I wake up with two choices; to be miserable or to be happy. I usually always like to choose Happy.
As Big String Thing puts it; Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.
Kel and T.U.E.S.D.Y.