On 22nd August 2019 the symposium “Haptic Communication – Breaking the Barriers for Inclusion and Participation” took place at the Textile Fashion Centre in the University of Borås, Sweden. The symposium aimed at addressing the issue of deafblindness from a number or perspectives: personal experiences, policies, science and technology research and linguistics amongst others.
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SUITCEYES was featured on the Canadian news website newatlas.com where they have published their article “Haptic-feedback clothing designed to guide the deafblind”. Click here to view the article.
Cnbeta.com informs its users on the SUITCEYES project in this article here.
Bulgarian website Monitor.bg has recently dropped an article on the SUITCEYES project. Interested? Then check out the article here.
For all the Chinese readers out there, check out this article reporting on the SUITCEYES project by 7tin.cn.
SUITCEYES is in the spotlight yet again. This time in afaae.com’s article “Clothes that speak through vibrations”. Check out the article here.
The Chinese website WellNylon.com presents the SUITCEYES project on their blog dealing with the latest developments in the textile industry. You can find this article here.
Swedish website Expertsvar.se reports on the latest developments in the SUITCEYES project. For more information, click the link here.
The SUITCEYES project stars in Steven Fresco’s blog. Check it out here!
Recently, the SUITCEYES project was featured in an article on ModeInTextile.fr, a French magazine reporting on the latest innovations in textiles. Click here to view the article.