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Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
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Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010
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Innovation By Accessibility V1, Wipo 2010

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Our Accessibility Evangelist Artur Ortega speaks at the Joint WIPO-ITU accessibility Workshop to promote awareness on disability and accessibility in Geneva on Tuesday 2nd February.

Our Accessibility Evangelist Artur Ortega speaks at the Joint WIPO-ITU accessibility Workshop to promote awareness on disability and accessibility in Geneva on Tuesday 2nd February.

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  • 1. February 2010 Accessibility and Disability A History of Innovation Joint WIPO-ITU Accessibility Workshop
  • 2. Speaker
    • Artur Ortega
    • Accessibility Evangelist
    • Yahoo!
  • 3. Who is Artur Ortega?
    • Blind Software Engineer
  • 4. Innovation
    • A new way of doing something.
  • 5. Innovation
    • A new way of doing something
    • radical and revolutionary.
    • Changes in
    • - thinking
    • - products
  • 6. Accessibility
    • The stone is given its existence; it need not fight for being what it is - a stone in a field.
    • Man has to be himself in spite of unfavorable circumstances; that means he has to make his own existence at every single moment.
    • Source: Jose Ortega y Gasset 1883-1955
  • 7.
    • Innovation in the Office
  • 8. The Office of Today
  • 9. Keyboard
  • 10. Keyboard
    • - Pellegrino Turri di Castelnuovo,
    • Countess Carolina Vantoni
    • - Precursor to the typewriter
  • 11. Keyboard
    • - 1960
    • - Picture based keyboards
    • - Today: McDonald’s
  • 12. Printer
  • 13. Printer
    • - Pellegrino Turri di
    • Castelnuovo
    • - Printer
    • - Ink: Tracing paper coated
    • with coal dust
  • 14. Scanner
  • 15. Scanner & OCR
    • - 1975
    • - Ray Kurzweil
    • - Reading Machine
    • - Flatbed scanner and OCR
    • technology
  • 16. Telephone
  • 17. Telephone
    • - Alexander Graham Bell
    • - Hearing devices
    • - U.S. patent on
    • telephone
  • 18. Telephone
    • - 1990
    • - ADA
    • - Accessible phones
  • 19. Telephone
    • 1998
    • Loopset
  • 20. Radio
  • 21. Radio
    • - Transistor
    • - Graham Bell and Laboratory
    • - Hearing Aids
    • - Sony: Transistor radio
  • 22. Radio
    • Spectrogram
    • Graham Bell Laboratory
    • Making speech visible
  • 23. CPU
  • 24. Binary Code
    • - 1821
    • - Louis Braille six dot code
    • - Binary code, character set
  • 25. Microphone
  • 26. Microphone
    • - 1917
    • - E.C. Wente of Bell
    • Laboratories
    • - Condenser microphone
  • 27. Speech Recognition
    • - 1952
    • - Davis, Biddulph and Balashek of
    • Bell Laboratories
    • - Ten digits: 97 percent accuracy
    • - Today: Dragon NaturallySpeaking
  • 28. Headphones
  • 29. Talking books
    • - 1932
    • - American Foundation for
    • the blind
    • - Durable long playing
    • record
    • - Today: Audio books
  • 30. Voice Indexing
    • A Guide for Handicapped Visitors”
    • -Today: Apple iPod shuffle
    • 1980
    • Talking book “Access to National Parks:
  • 31. Speech synthesiser
    • - 1936
    • - H.W. Dudley of Bell Laboratories
    • - Artificial talking machine
    • - “Voice coder“: "Voder“
  • 32. Applications
  • 33. Subtitling
    •  
    • 1960
    • Pilgrim Imaging
    • Captioned Films for the Deaf Program
    • Today: BBC subtitles 100%
  • 34. Teletype machine
    • - 1964
    • - Marsters and Weitchrecht
    • - Teletype machine attached to
    • the telephone system
    - Today: Internet chat and Instant Messaging
  • 35. Email
    • "I have spent, as you can imagine, a fair chunk of my time trying to persuade people with hearing impairments to make use of electronic mail because I found it so powerful myself.“
    • 1972
    • Vint Cerf
    • protocols for the ARPANET
  • 36. The Office of the Future Accessibility and Disability The Future of Innovation
  • 37. “ The origins of such technological staples as public address systems, text messaging and even the Internet itself can be traced to innovative accommodations to people with disabilities. This phenomenon is the basis for a growing awareness among engineers, architects and product developers of the significance of universal design in our physical and electronic environments.” - Deborah Kendrick, Cincinnati Inquirer
  • 38.
  • 39. Artur Ortega
    • Accessibility Evangelist
    • Yahoo! Europe Ltd
    • 125 Shaftesbury Avenue
    • London WC2H 8AD
    • United Kingdom
    • [email_address]

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