The patch sheets work the same as the original printed patch sheets, but replace the printed indicators with tactile markings.… Read More Open Source Patch Overlays For The Visually Impaired
he Music Accessibility Standard Special Interest Group (MASSIG), a project of The MIDI Association, will be leading a live Youtube webinar on May 27.… Read More MIDI Association Hosts Future Of Music Accessibility Talk May 27
Native Instruments has released the NI Accessibility Helper, a new lightweight app that works with Maschine software to help visually impaired producers and beatmakers.… Read More Native Instruments Makes Maschine More Accessible
Should electronic music gear manufacturers give more attention to accessibility?… Read More Should Electronic Music Gear Manufacturers Give More Attention To Accessibility?
Interaction design student Andreas Refsgaard created Eye Conductor, an application that is essentially a MIDI interface that allows people with physical disabilities to play notes and build beats, through eye movements and facial gestures. Using a $99 eye tracker and a regular webcam, Eye Conductor detects the gaze and selected facial movements of users, enabling them to play… Read More ‘Eye Conductor’ Brings MIDI To People With Disabilities