Want a Lanyard for iPhone 3/4?

Saturday, August 27th, 2016

[caption id="attachment_30303" align="alignright" width="169"] Danglet securely clips into the dock connector port on the bottom of yout iPod or iPhone and gives you a handy way to connect a wrist or neck strap.[/caption] With the advent of the iPhone 5 and the "Lightning" connector, the Danglet style lanyard which clips in ...

If the iPhone 7 removes the Home button it will become less accessible

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Techinsider recently posted a roundup of rumours expected for the iPhone 7. One in particular has me worried for the future if it comes to fruition. It's rumoured the home button could be replaced by a touch sensor. Not being able to have a physical button to press would spell the end of the ...

Handsfree calling from your Mac via Dialogue

Sunday, April 20th, 2014

  I could use this, badly. Pity I don't have the most up to date Mac OS [10.8+] that it needs...   [wp_youtube]RG7nugRPR6w[/wp_youtube] Dialogue

Comprehensive Stylus Reviews

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

There's been some large comprehensive reviews and comparisons of Styluses on offer for the myriad of capacitive type touch devices that now surround us. A stylus is of particular interest to me as I don't use my fingers. One thing I find with these "Best of" or even the "comparative" type ...

iPhone/iPod Touch as touchpad plus – ATMac

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Over on ATMac blog, Blake Watson has a great review of the HippoRemote app for iPhone/iPod Touch that turns your device into a multi-touch touchpad, as well as many other things... HippoRemote will connect to your computer and hand the reins over to you. Your iPhone is now a fully-featured ...

Conductive Touch Capable Mouthstick from a Japanese “Liver” (Reader)

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

A couple weeks ago I received a tweet from @yukitake99 that he found Lifekludger blog helpful and he was going to try make a mouthstick for iPhone. Seems he'd been looking at some of the stuff I'd been sharing about the "Touch Barrier" and ways to work around it. It's always ...

iDoor – iPhone Controlled Hydraulic Door

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

Excellent life kludge here by student at MIT to automate door opening. I especially like the various options of operation. Key, switch, knock and remote via iPhone, no less. - Access is about providing options. [chris@localhost » iDoor – iPhone Controlled Hydraulic Door] [via Hackaday]

Diabetes Device & iPhone

Monday, March 30th, 2009

ReadWriteWeb reports on iPhone app that wirelessly connects to a Bluetooth-enabled glucose meter. A good example and model of technology assisting health and well-being. I think lots more work on hardware device interfacing needs attention allowing software <-> hardware interactions as these types of things tend to foster possibilities for environmental control. [Diabetes ...

Clarifi iPhone Case with Macro Lens for Low Vision?

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Great idea for people with low vision to read small print. Which is an interesting point. Just what 'Universal Access' (to use Mac OSX parlance) does the iPhone have? Anyone? [ThinkGeek :: Clarifi iPhone Case with Macro Lens]

Pointui – touch for when you don’t have fingers – acting agnostic

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

Recently I was made aware of a program called Pointui while scanning Frank Arrigo's blog (hi Frank). I thought it sounded interesting if for no other reason than the screenshot looked to provide bigger buttons. So I visited the Pointui site. Pointui is a interface layer for Windows Mobile based devices. ...