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Carnegie Mellon team develops disability-friendly devices
June 2006 Newsletter - BOLD Ventures
Braille Tutor - Research Project at CMU
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Noel Runyan, an electrical engineer who is blind, testified as an expert witness on voting access for disabled people.

He tested the iVotronics machine in Baltimore on Monday. After he spent 45 minutes trying to vote through its audio feature, it locked up and kicked him off. Mr. Runyan was not able to successfully vote.

Blind man reports problem with voting machines - chosen by Allegheny County
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