Tyler Donnelly from Optelec shows us the new Traveller HD and just how portable and easy it is to use. He also discusses the recent merger with Freedom Scientific and how, combined, the two companies are now providing low vision products to a much wider audience.
Dave Wilkinson from Hims Inc. talks about their latest HD video magnifier the GoVision, which proves that you don’t have to give up screen size for portability. Dave also discusses some upcoming updates for owners of current Hims products and the creation of the HimsTastic political party, so make sure to take a listen.
Need to find a great SteakHouse, listen to last night’s sports scores or just have a good book read to you? Just say “Alexa” and let Amazon’s virtual assistant do the work.
Mara Hitner from MatterHackers demonstrates 3-D printing using an affordable printer that can be used to provide tactile models of printed items from animal pictures to complex maps. Listen to her provide information on how easy and affordable it is to provide the blind with a tactile world that only years ago was far out of reach for most.
Who Said that notetakers can’t be slick and stylish?
When you improve your app’s accessibility, you improve your product for everyone, including the billion people worldwide who live with a disability. This talk will introduce you to Android accessibility services and show how they make your app work in new ways for a wide range of users. You will learn some accessibility best practices, and get introduced to new automated testing tools that bring accessibility into your existing app development workflow.
In this episode we take you behind the scenes with a look inside Apple’s developer conference.
Here is where you will learn how media selection works and find out how to author media with accessibility features like subtitles and closed captions.
Going beyond the basics to use AV Foundation for customizing subtitle appearance and presentation.
In this Episode we continue with WWDC coverage. Leveraging the industry-leading support for accessibility in
OS X Mavericks
can let you reach new markets. Hear about exciting new products, new API additions and improved security for both accessibility hosts and clients; all designed to help applications reach wider audiences and provide unparalleled access for users with disabilities. Learn techniques to make even the most custom UI accessible.
In this Episode we learn as
offers unmatched accessibility support that you can use to reach a wider audience. Hear about the latest changes in GuidedAccess and VoiceOver and how you can take advantage of these technologies to help people with disabilities stay on task and get more value out of your app.
In this Episode, Charles Chen, David Tseng and Volker Sorge from Google demonstrate the latest version of
This screen reader offers advanced navigation facilities for complex content such as tables and mathematical formulas as well as support for Braille and new HTML5 UI controls such as date/time, and media controls. ChromeVox