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The image is a split view of a woman in two different scenarios. On the left, she is standing with the aid of a robotic exoskeleton, next to a wheelchair, suggesting she has limited mobility without the device. She is smiling and looking down at a device in her hand, possibly a control unit for the exoskeleton. On the right, the same woman is seated at a drafting table, appearing to be working on some designs or artwork, with a smile on her face. The contexts presented are likely intended to show the contrast between her life with assistive technology and her professional life as a designer or artist. The exoskeleton enables her to stand and potentially walk, highlighting advances in technology that improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.

Interview with Chloë Angus: fashion meets exoskeleton technology

  Tell us a little about your background and how you became involved with Human in Motion Robotics I have for the last number of years lived quite the fashionable lifestyle of walking runways and red carpets and traveling around the world with my fashion design company, Chloë Angus Design. I collaborate with indigenous artists […]

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Tactile Images – Art the blind can experience

Veteran photographer, John Olson, during his impressive photojournalistic career spanning 40 years, has captured countless moments in time, memorialized by expert photography. At just 21 years old, he joined the staff of LIFE magazine, the youngest they have ever hired and throughout his career at the magazine and later, his unique perspective and keen eye has allowed

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“He’s Autistic but please accept him the way he is” Parent Advocate, Maya Pandt

Maya Pandt and son, Jurgen St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean Maya Pandt lives with her son, Jurgen, on the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Eustatius. Here, as in so many other places, disability is a taboo subject. People do not like talking about it, many do not understand it and it makes others feel uncomfortable. Jurgen

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Desirability and Disability: Role of Adaptive Lingerie and Community

by INTIMATELY For many women, purchasing and wearing lingerie is no longer solely about pleasing sexual partners. Instead, it has grown into a form of self-love – an experience that helps define our sense of femininity, personal identity, and self-assurance. Who doesn’t feel an extra boost of confidence wearing their favorite set of lacy underwear? Even

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Raising Nathan: Heartfelt story of a family raising a special needs child

My son, Nathan, is the last of my four children. If I were to think of one word to describe him, it would be ‘impish’ . . .   Public misconceptions about children with special needs poses such an important conversation, that in my first book – Raising Nathan: Every Life has a Story, I

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