About TCAT

TCAT leverages novel tools, sensors, chips, interfaces, robots, actuators and open-source software that are inexpensive and readily available to facilitate rapid development and deployment of customized solutions to accessibility problems.

The Taskar Center for Accessible Technology (TCAT), housed by the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science at University of Washington, develops, translates and deploys open source universally accessible technologies, with a focus on benefiting populations with motor limitations or speech impairment.


Taskar Center’s Partner Program exists to foster dynamic, mutually beneficial, collaborative relationships between academic, industry and civic leaders committed to advancing goals in education, research, and translation in the field of accessible technologies.

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