this video demonstrates using our eeg neurofeedback threshold controls to speed up and slow down the animation in this starfield processing demo (via @chiptune). a minimal threshold will increase the speed of "hyperspace" while an extended hold is noted with a yellow dot on the oscilloscope and an increase in the score.
Panel discussion at the European Accessibility Forum Frankfurt (eafra.eu) with Jeremy Keith (Clearleft), Paul Bakaus (jQuery UI), Christian Heilmann (Yahoo!), and Saqib Shaikh (Microsoft), 27 March 2009.
Desktop applications like e-mail are increasingly moving to the web. What are the market leaders doing to keep their applications accessible to as many people as possible? Which desktop paradigms are being adopted? How are web applications making new strategies necessary or possible?
The Developer Tools built into Google Chrome provide powerful ways to understand, debug, and profile web applications. Most developers are familiar with its basic inspection and debugging tools, but some of its most valuable features, like the timeline and memory analysis tools, are lesser known. This talk will provide an overview of the Chrome dev tools and an in-depth demonstration of some of the lesser-known features.