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Random information on the term “Amaze”:
Amaze is a technology developed by Deque Systems that uses overlays to make a website accessible to people with disabilities without touching the site’s code. Amaze is being used as part of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs web accessibility remediation plan.
In June 2013, Computerworld honored Deque with the 21st Century Achievement Award for Innovation for their work on the Amaze technology.
The Amaze technology represented a new approach to web accessibility software. The traditional way of correcting an inaccessible site was to go back into the source code, reprogram the error, and then test to make sure the bug was fixed. If the website was not scheduled to be revised in the near future, that error (and others) would remain on the site for a lengthy period of time, possibly violating accessibility guidelines. With Amaze overlays, the error can be fixed quickly and cost-effectively. The overlay can also be used as a guide to update the code when the website’s revision is scheduled to take place. It can also be used to remediate third-party web content such as from social media sites.
Random information on the term “WOW”:
Sega AM Research & Development No. 1 (セガ第一AM研究開発本部, Sega Daiichi Ē Emu Kenkyū Kaihatsu Bu), originally titled Sega CS Research & Development No. 2 (セガ第二CS研究開発部, Sega Daini Shī Esu Kenkyū Kaihatsu Bu), and later Overworks Ltd. (株式会社オーバーワークス, Kabushiki gaisha Ōbāwākusu) and Sega Wow Inc. (株式会社セガワウ, Kabushiki gaisha Sega Wau), was a division of Japanese video game developer Sega.
In 2000 all of Sega’s in-house Consumer Software (CS) and Amusement Machine (AM) R&D departments were separated from the main company and established on 9 semi-autonomous subsidiaries, with each subsidiary getting an elected president as a studio head. However, for more financial stability, Sega began consolidating its studios into six main ones (Sega Wow, Sega AM2, Hitmaker, Amusement Vision, Smilebit, Sonic Team) and merged them back into a uniform R&D structure in 2004.
WOW Entertainment was headed by Rikiya Nakagawa and Kazunari Tsukamoto. In addition to a continued arcade line-up, WOW Entertainment made efforts on the consumer market with the SEGA GT racing series, an effort to compete against Sony’s Gran Turismo. They also made efforts on the Game Boy Advance.