Jason DaSilva led a workshop on using his AXS Map app at the 2012 Festival

When filmmaker Jason DaSilva was diagnosed with MS, he realized that so many of the little things which we take for granted, like being able to meet a friend at a coffee shop, were now governed by the reality of his access to all kinds of public spaces. So he created AXSmap, an innovative mapping app which allows crowd-sourced real-world accessibility information to be provided to users on a building-by building level. Join us as Jason and Alice show us to how use AXSmap and together we make Woodstock the first fully accessibility mapped town in the country.