Relevant events around disability and tech.
Past Event (Saturday March 10th, 2018):

Music AccessAbility Hackathon

The Music AccessAbility Hackathon is a day-long, non-competitive, event celebrating and exploring new ways to increase access to music for people of all abilities. It’s for everyone, even if you’ve never composed any type of music before or tried programming. Bring your ideas, friends, musical instruments, computer, and anything else you need to make new music!

Go to the Monthy Music Hackathon page for more details.

2 Metrotech, Brooklyn, NY, 11201 (8th Floor)

Past Event (March 23rd–25th, 2018):


HackNYU is a 48-hour hackathon taking place on March 23, 24, and 25, hosted at NYU locations around the world. Come build your dream project, learn from our talks and mentors, and win prizes! This year, our four tracks for your hacks are Accessibility & Assistive Technology, Sustainability & Social Impact, Healthcare, and Education Technology. HackNYU is free, and made possible thanks to our wonderful sponsors and volunteers.

Go to the Hack NYU website for more details.

6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Past Event:

AT&T Connectability Challenge

The AT&T NYU Connect Ability Challenge was a three-month global software development competition in 2016 that leveraged mobile and wireless technologies to improve the lives of people living with disabilities.

The initiative strived to help millions of people with disabilities by matching developer talent and client users with disabilities.

For these innovations to be readily accessible to people with disabilities, developers were encouraged to leverage familiar, cost-efficient smart phone, wearable and everyday wireless technologies.

Through in-person and virtual programming, the Connect Ability Challenge facilitated participatory development, embraced user-centered design and rewarded universal design so new innovations can be adopted immediately and by as many people as possible.

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