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Hello to any DSP Trio students that follow this page!! The Lab will be hosting a Research Showcase and Infosession on December 6th at 12 p.m. via Zoom. Come learn how to get involved with our lab! ✨ DM us or Trio for the zoom link, we will also be hosting or participating in other events on how to get into research at Cal next semester, so follow for more updates! See MoreSee Less
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Presenting: our lab in polaroid form! Today’s labwide meeting comprised of project developments- (1) RAMP is awaiting survey responses (forms.gle/yCwsFH6JB6Tu4HDX6) and making progress on their platform that maps accessibility (2) PositiveAir is almost done with a video tutorial of their super cool emergency DIY respirator and filtration system (3) Sensible is working on inputs/outputs of accessible tech to foster joy and fun pathways to learn programming and tangible skills for disabled youth (4) Discussing next semester’s wonderful fellows and the cool work, tech, art, and collaboration we are planning See MoreSee Less
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Fridays mean another all lab meeting! This week we discussed the downsides of "shiny technology." This type of tech may *appear* innovative and groundbreaking, but it is often unrealistic, extremely expensive, and ignores disabled voices and concerns. These products are created by those outside the community to address problems they don’t truly understand. Instead, our lab focuses on Disability Centered Designs, which includes disabled users throughout the process, and centers feasibility, accessibility, and affordability to expand use by marginalized communities. See MoreSee Less
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