What if you could spend an hour or so poking around the mind of an inventor who creates crazy annoyingly addictive accessible games? We don't have an app for that yet. But for now, how about touring an inventor's studio? Bop-It inventor, Daniel Klitsner has graciously invited adult Lighthouse students to his downtown San Francisco studio to hear his stories, check out twenty-five years of Bop-It and soak up wisdom from one who has made a career of creating possibilities. Blind adults can benefit from a creative, entrepreneurial mindset as it also opens possibilities for finding solutions and low-tech life hacks for everyday obstacles. Most importantly, come join the tour for the love of Bopping 'til you drop.
RSVP by May 3 to Maia Scott at Mscott@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7608.