EyeQue, the leader in award-winning vision wellness devices, has been honored with a CES 2020 Innovation Award for the EyeQue Vision Monitoring Kit™: a convenient, low-cost eye wellness system designed for everyone from children to adults. The announcement was made during CES Unveiled New York, an invite-only tech event bringing together top media, exhibitors and industry leaders for a sneak peek of the products and trends expected at CES 2020, which will run January 7-10, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV.
Aira has announced a partnership with Microsoft and Moovit to help blind and low-vision users access public transport more easily.
Cochlear implants could be stimulated with an effect similar to white noise in order to improve hearing of their users, according to a new study.
Researchers at Russia’s Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology are proposing a big step forward for wearable accessory that applies direct force on the palm and vibrotactile feedback to the fingers, enabling users to feel the weight, texture, softness, and slippage of VR objects.
With generous usage guidelines four concurrent streams, up to seven user profiles per account, Disney+ is inevitably going to be shared by people.
Building a Raspberry Pi-based accessible Smart Guitar
The device, which is based around a Raspberry Pi, is called the Chord Assist, created by Joe Birch, an Android Engineer and Google Developer Expert for Android.
Some voters with disabilities will be able to cast their ballots on smart phones using blockchain technology for the first time in a U.S. election.
Technological advancements have created new opportunities for Spanish start-up to enhance the quality of life for people with various disabilities.
The City of Lethbridge is trying out a new speaker system at some of its downtown intersections to assist those who are visually impaired by providing a safer way to cross busy streets.
Researchers from Stanford University have created a new tactile display that aims to allow the blind and visually impaired to access 3D printing and computer-aided design (CAD). The touch-based display can mimic the geometry of the 3D objects on a computer. The researchers say that while design tools empower users to create and contribute to society, the tools also limit those who can participate.