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.
As companies continue to solve virtual reality’s biggest hardware and software challenges, many researchers have been working on next-generation VR peripherals that will enable users to “feel” digital objects.
Apple recently introduced its first version of exposure notification API. The API has been designed to allow apps developed by public health authorities to notify users who come into contact with COVID-19 victims. The Exposure Notification will let a user know if they have been exposed to the virus. The beta was recently released and if you have installed the latest beta on your iPhone or iPad, you can make use of the feature right now.
Age-related macular degeneration (MD) is a variety of ocular disease that affects so many millions of people, it’s downright characterized as nothing more than the process of aging.
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Twitter adds accessibility features to its progressive web app (PWA).
The release of DOOM Eternal has been a success with its range of deliberate design choices for greater accessibility.
Nintendo has given players the ability to change the button layout of Joy-Cons and Pro Controllers. In the latest update
Researchers report an improved material that could take braille displays to the next level at a lower cost.
From the Developer:
Supersense is the smartest and simplest scanner app made for the blind and visually impaired users to read any text format independently.