Project:Possibility is a non-profit, community service organization that partners with several individuals and organizations that share a common goal: to make a powerful difference in the lives of persons with disabilities.
This project includes a diverse set of particpants that include:
- Persons with disabilities
- Professional engineers of all disciplines
- University students
- Educational Specialists
We place no restrictions on who can participate in this project, and encourage persons from all backgrounds to join us in innovating a more accessible world.
Project:Possibility believes powerful partnerships with individuals and organizations will result in powerful solutions for persons with disabilities. Please contact us if you are interested in working with us.
Center on Disabilities at California State University Northridge
For over 25 years the Center on Disabilities at California State University Northridge (CSUN) has provided an inclusive setting for researchers, practitioners, developers, end users, speakers and other participants to share knowledge and best practices in the field of assistive technology: the Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference. For several years the Center on Disabilities has collaborated with Project:Possibility sharing information, resources, and experience.
The Mozilla Foundation is a non-profit organization that sponsors the Mozilla project and devotes its resources to promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet. Mozilla has awarded a generous grant to Project:Possibility to promote awareness of and innovation in accessibile computing through various initiatives.
USC Stevens Institute for Innovation
USC Stevens Institute for Innovation aims to empower innovators at the University of Southern California. Their multidisciplinary, talented staff has been assisting Project:Possibility in connecting with its target communities, and will be advising Project:Possibility in developing a sustainable business plan.
Pasadena City College Disabled Student Programs & Services
The Pasadena City College Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S) cooperates with Project:Possibility on a regular basis. The high tech center has provided a unique venue for PCC students and Project:Possibility members to meet and collaborate with the goal of improving the lives of students with disabilities at PCC.
EyeTech Digital Systems
EyeTech Digital Systems manufactures eye-gaze tracking devices to control your computer with your eyes. EyeTech has generously agreed to loan the EyeTech TM3 to Project:Possibility as part of a collaboration to create more open source software for use with eye-gaze tracking devices.
Knowbility's mission is to support the independence of persons with disabilities by promoting the use and improving the availability of accessible information technology. Project:Possibility and Knowbility have worked together on software and various initiatives to promote accessibility.