[Sw-l] Recreation for Deafblind groups

John Carlson yottzumm at GMAIL.COM
Wed Jan 4 02:44:55 UTC 2023

I know this is not a recreation or necessarily deafblind group,  but I’m
interested in developing recreation for deafblind people, particularly with
robotic interpreters.   I am aware that there are some emails lists for
deafblind, but I’m not sure how to sign up.

In other words, what are the sources for deafblind recreation and
collaborative games?  How do deafblind play with computers and other
people?   Would deafblind people be able to create language, write books
and games with robotic interpreters?

I’ve had a long term interest in types of game theory, multi-user systems
and user interfaces.   I’m a newbie at robotics, but I’ve done Lego
Mindstorms.   Ideally, I could get a grant to use a robot and train it to
be an interpreter for the deafblind, potentially providing another
(programming) language for I/O for something like chatGPT+robotics.




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