ATIA Maker Day 3.0
ATIA Maker Day 3.0 will take place on Saturday, February 1 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Exhibit Hall. AT makers join forces to share everything from low-tech solutions to modified technology solutions, and explore a wide range of creations that have helped solve challenges in the AT community.
Participating exhibitors will be announced before ATIA 2020.
|What is ATIA Maker Day 3.0? ATIA Maker Day 3.0 is an opportunity to explore exciting innovations and learn from the AT maker community. It is open to all registered attendees and those holding free exhibit hall passes.|
|Who are makers? The maker community is comprised of people – high school STEM and robotics students, hobbyists and DIY electronics enthusiasts – who are interested in using their skills to create and make solutions for people with disabilities. These are not always experts in AT, but they have a myriad of interests and just simple like to solve problems and make things.|
A Lot Takes Place at ATIA Maker Day 3.0
- Explore Solutions from AT Makers – Maker groups from around the country will demo their AT solutions and products.
- Participate in Hands-On Maker Training
- Bring Your Challenges to AT Makers – Come discuss your challenges AT makers and leverage the knowledge and skills of those makers to potentially create solutions. Hear their experiences and insights on challenges they have faced and worked to solve.
Please keep in mind the following:
- Adults must be registered and will receive a badge to enter the Exhibit Hall. Registration can be in advance online or onsite.
- Families with children under 16 do not need to register children.
- Children will be allowed into the Exhibit Hall when accompanied by an adult with a badge.
Check out these videos of AT creations:
Join the Maker Movement
Are you look to expand your “maker” skills? Do you want to learn how to adapt existing technologies? Are you interested in becoming a maker? We are all makers and there is no better time than now to join the Maker Movement and help those with disabilities that need different AT solutions. Visit ATMakers.org to learn more.