Prosthetics — Adaptation

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November 14, 2016
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Prosthetics — Adaptation

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Taeyoon Choi

November 14, 2016
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  1. Prosthetics — Adaptation Slides for a class at SFPC Fall

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  2. Signing Coders

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  4. Bit’s journey

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  7. Gesture drawing by Yeseul Song 
 https://github.com/pyeseul/gesture-drawing

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  12. ScreenReader Coding Workshop by Claire Kearney-Volpe

  13. ScreenReader Coding Workshop by Claire Kearney-Volpe

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  20. 1979, Bell Labs

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  22. Sara Hendren
 ablersite.org

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  24. Performative — Practical Poetics — Use Friction — Function Uncertainty

    — Instrumentalism Sara Hendren Register
  25. “Assistance usually implies linearity. A problem that needs fixing, that

    seeks a solution. But adaptation is flexible, rhizomatic, multi-directional. It implies a technological design that works in tandem, reciprocally, with the magnificence that is the human body in all its forms. Adaptation implies change over time.” — Sara Hendren