You can use two HomePods and a Apple TV 4K to create a Dolby Atmos home theater system. Here’s how it works.
Google, with collaboration with nonprofit organization Guiding Eyes for the Blind, has piloted an AI system called Project Guideline, designed to help blind and partially sighted people run races independently.
Narrative Label has been developed in Italy to help the blind and partially sighted access product information in-stores.
The MTA in New York is testing a new app that will allow visually impaired bus riders to find stops and learn arrival times.
SpaceX has started sending out Starlink beta invites to Canadians, with the first landing in email inboxes on Friday, confirming a previous report they would be coming this week, reports Tesla North.
Who developed this technology and how does it work?
Developed by the Israeli company Noveto Systems, SoundBeamer 1.0 is a device that beams sound directly to a user’s ears through the use of 3-D sensing technology. The audio pocket created around the ears allows the user to hear the sounds in their head.
Imagine being able to fully control popular Apps and phone functionality with just your voice. By just giving voice commands, you can:
Freeview has rolled out its Accessible TV Guide and is available at Channel 555 on selected devices. The aim is to make it simpler for those with accessibility needs, such as visual impairments and hearing loss, to find content using the service.
United Airlines recently launched a redesigned version of its mobile app, with new enhancements intended to make travel easier for people with vision loss.
This start-up from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) introduces the Hable, enabling blind people to operate their smartphone with braille..