Zac and Anthony solve the issue of dirty dishes:
Chrissy and Anthony have been very busy working on the wheelchair mounted game controller.
Check out the latest update on Chrissy’s blog
They say that when a chef gets home from work all they want to make for dinner is a grilled cheese toasty. I get that, grilled cheese toasties are awesome.
Part of our work at Rant is to help others with their blogging and online social activity, so when we get home from work we make grilled cheese toasties instead of blogging. Mmmmm grilled cheese.
uh… ok then, check out some of the stuff we have been doing:
Chrissy Corn Chip
Raise money, buy parts, build computer, design controllers, implement head and voice control systems, and ultimately create a whole new world of exploration for an amazing person who has not been able to fully experience gaming and the internet due to limited fine motor skills.
Zac is an amazing person who I’ve been fortunate to work with for the last few months. If you live near me then you have probably seen or met Zac, and if you haven’t then be sure to check out his blog and band TraLaLaBlip.
The Unseen Machine
Rachael and I built the Unseen Machine a few months back and have been moving it from galleries to workshops around the Northern Rivers.
We’ve been such slackers with this blog…. but that’s not because we haven’t been busy. We have been beyond busy.
Here’s a couple of sneak peaks into some of the projects we have been working on:
Initiative to develop cheap gaming controllers for people with limited fine motor skills (a Collaboration with Chrissy):
The Unseen machine has been doing the rounds and Zac has been killing it in his studio sessions:
We’ve also been developing some new photography and art programs in preparation for launch early next year (if we survive this one).
So stay tuned, drop us a line, and get busy being creative. 🙂
I am looking forward to my radio interview on Saturday with 92.9 River FM! I will be on the air from 12.30pm. I will be talking about my exhibition and our project that we are launching, “Unseen”. This project is about people who have hidden disabilities or barriers that they deal with on a daily basis.
“Unseen” brings awareness to the broader community about these sorts of issues.
Be sure to tune in! If you are not in the Lismore area you can log onto http://2ncr.org.au and click on ‘stream’ to hear me live.
I have recently started mentoring people with disabilities in photography. I am very excited about being able to share my passion with these amazing young adults.
On Friday Anthony and I went with one of my clients to pick up a camera for her. She has cerebral palsy and limited mobility. She also purchased a wireless shutter control and camera mount for her chair so she can move it herself and be able to press the shutter easily. Later that night she texted me to thank me and tell me she has been taken photos all afternoon. It was an amazing feeling receiving that text. I am so excited about working with her and my other clients.