Last week I started a new project: getting trained in cardboard carpentry at the Perkins School for the Blind. Perkins has a long and storied history, and they develop high-tech Continue reading
See slopeintercept.org for news about this new project.
I’ve been thinking about a set of alternative hospital linens, and I’ve started with these pillowcases: It seems like there’s a lot of news lately about medical education and practice Continue reading
In Fall 2011, I joined Leah Buechley’s class at the MIT Media Lab, Crafting Material Interfaces. You can see some of my experiments along the way here and here; and Continue reading
I’ve been researching and testing some body sock prototypes, as part of a series of prosthetic research initiatives I’ve been calling Unknown Armature. I’ve mentioned body socks before; they’re wearable Continue reading
What’s now the nascent The Accessible Icon Project started as a street art initiative, which you can read about in a feature article in The Boston Globe. In late 2009, Continue reading
Tools for Historical Imagination: Jury Duty Running Time: 7 min 35 sec I’ve been interested in judicial service for a long time—the daunting responsibility of it, the chance to look Continue reading
In 2009-2010, I collaborated with the Philosophical Psychology Lab at Gordon College, working with philosopher Brian Glenney on experiments with the vOICe, also known as the Seeing With Sound device. Continue reading