Malak Abdulahad

Malak Abdulahad

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Torbellino Wheelchair - Able to help the disabled with mobility.

Powder-coated silver vein steel frame (Figure A) Embossed vinyl upholstery is durable, lightweight, attractive and easy-to-clean Urethane tires mounted on composite wheels provide durability and low maintenance front casters, adjustable in three pos

Able to assist the deaf with their hearing.

Deafness is no Disability, thanks to master inventor Dimitri Kanevsky

Prosthetic Limbs designed for all ages.

I have, we have NO EXCUSES! I am inspired by this photo and these children are my muses for the day. I hope you find meaning, encouragement and inspiration in this photo as much as I do. Happy Friday one and all.

An app that brings a Brailler to your tablet.

From shoes that tell you which direction to turn to an app that makes your iPad Braille-friendly, here are some of the coolest innovations for the blind and visually impaired.

An app that points out who and what’s around you.

From shoes that tell you which direction to turn to an app that makes your iPad Braille-friendly, here are some of the coolest innovations for the blind and visually impaired.

A bionic eye.

From shoes that tell you which direction to turn to an app that makes your iPad Braille-friendly, here are some of the coolest innovations for the blind and visually impaired.

Glasses that help the colourblind see colour.

Glasses that help the colourblind see colour.

Shoes that guide you in the right direction.

Shoes that guide you in the right direction.

DEKA Arm - A bionic arm.

These adaptive devices help improve the lives of people living with disabilities, and they illustrate how far assistive tech has come.

iBot Stair-Climbing Wheelchair - Designed to navigate any terrain with self-balancing technology.

Here is a list of 19 futuristic concept wheelchair designs that will benefit the disabled users and improve the daily life through technology and innovation.

Eyeborg - Able to help those who are colour blind to identify other colours.

These adaptive devices help improve the lives of people living with disabilities, and they illustrate how far assistive tech has come.

Virtual Mouse - Sultan Ahmad Sultan Al Sharif, an engineering student in Dubai, invented a mouse that is controlled through the movement of the eyes.

Virtual Mouse - Sultan Ahmad Sultan Al Sharif, an engineering student in Dubai, invented a mouse that is controlled through the movement of the eyes.