Last Saturday, Dec. 3rd, at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU many occupational therapists, physical therapists, teachers and graduate students switch modified toys for the children with disabilities. For many, it was their first time soldering but they were more than happy to tear their toy apart and make it accessible. Each toy brought a unique circuit to be deciphered and hacked. Some toys made it out alive and universally accessible, other toys didn’t make it through the “operation”.
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