The CBT Team is back again with another Fanmail show? Keep sending us your emails and messages from social media and we will read or play your feedback on our show.
In this week’s VIP, Nelson and James are joined by Jackie Brown from the British Computer Association of the Blind. They discuss the top stories from Cool Blind Tech and give you some of their favorite Cool Picks.
Nelson Régo demonstrates the new gestures and button controls for the iPhone X! Oh yeah, just one more thing… Nelson shows a hidden trick for a virtual Home button.
CBT is back setting up the new iPhone X!
Earlier this year, Microsoft released a new app called Seeing AI that advanced the level of recognition of objects and text for blind and low vision people. This app uses the power of AI to describe nearby people, text and objects. Blind and low vision users can just hold up their phone and hear information about the world around them.
Face ID is one of the biggest highlights of iPhone X., it is a revolutionary feature and primed not just to make smartphone even smarter but also change the way blind and low vision users access facial recognition technology.
CBT is back with the unveiling of the new iPhone X! Is this iPhone for you? Find out by listening in as we give our impressions and show what happens when you call emergency services!
Just in time for the holidays! It’s one thing to watch movies with audio description or captions on your own, but being able to watch with friends and family is a huge leap forward for equality in entertainment.
The iBeacon hardware uses the Bluetooth Low Power protocol technology to emit radio signals to nearby smartphones and is used by the audible wayfinding app, AWARE, for the visually impaired.
The developer of over 80 Blindfold Games, was recently contacted by an Apple representative giving the game maker some great news. Marty Schultz received a call from Apple and according to Schultz, Apple said the review team had a chance to look at the Blindfold Games again, and understood why they are separate apps, and that the games can continue. Apple mentioned the games address a need that’s not normally considered by most app designers, and acknowledged how the games are focused on the needs of the visually impaired community.