[Sw-l] Recreation for Deafblind groups
msannagrace20 at GMAIL.COM
Wed Jan 4 02:49:22 UTC 2023
Have you contacted the Helen Keller National Center about this?
On Tue, Jan 3, 2023 at 9:45 PM John Carlson <yottzumm at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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