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New Apple accessibility videos showcase real people using life-changing assistive tech

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Sady Paulson bobs her head skillfully from side-to-side, gently hitting the red and yellow buttons fixed to her wheelchair’s headrest. Her head swings fluidly in a concentrated pattern: Left, left, right, left, right, left.

As she taps the buttons, she carefully selects a clip of the Golden Gate Bridge on her iMac, the red structure gleaming against pale blue waters. Using another series of button taps, Sady fast-forwards through the footage using a video editing program, plucking out a portion of waves lapping on the shore beneath the bridge. A few more taps of her head to the left, and the clip glides into place, finishing off a short film on San Francisco’s scenery.  Read more…

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