The DiCapta Foundation, an organization that’s part of the University of Central Florida’s Incubator, created an app to help the blind-deaf community tune into television.
Google has launched an experimental social distancing app that uses augmented reality to help you keep the recommended two meters away from other people when you’re outside.
Google rolled out a slate of upgrades for Android designed to make the operating system more comfortable for those with disabilities to use. Google widely released Action Blocks, which combine pre-set Google Assistant commands and shortcuts into a single button or voice command, and added new features to the Voice Access, Live Transcribe, and Sound Amplify apps.
Here’s a guide to using Netflix’s accessibility features.
Feeling more stressed out while stuck inside during the COVID-19 quarantine? Alexa may be able to help you find some peace of mind through a range of meditation skills.
Disabled game developers organization Accessibility Unlocked kicking off month-long event on May 21
The WordPress Accessibility Team is organizing a new online event called WP Accessibility Day that will take place on October 2, 2020.
The City-led Object Recognition for Blind Image Training (ORBIT) research project is recruiting blind and low vision users to record videos of objects that are important to them. The objects will be used in the training and testing of artificial intelligence (AI) models for personalizing object recognition.
Google has debuted a kid-focused voice assistant named Diya as part of its new educational app for Android called Read Along.
Scottish technology company Neatebox is offering supermarkets across the UK access to innovative new technology which, the company claims, can remove the challenges millions of individuals are currently facing when they visit a store during the pandemic.