In this episode CBT would like to feature EmploymentLink 2013: Insights into Hiring and Retaining People with Disabilities
In this episode Ken from APH introduces the
Orion TI-84 Plus,
Which consists of a compact accessory that is attached to the top of the TI-84 Plus enabling a user who is visually impaired to interact with the TI-84 Plus using speech, audio, and haptic (vibration) feedback? All textual and symbolic information on the screen, as well as each key-press is spoken using high-quality synthesized speech. Most importantly, graphs can be explored using either spoken announcements or the SonoGraph™ audio and haptic feedback. The user can also review the contents of the screen at any time, including all text and graphical information, without affecting the calculation. The unit is fully expandable with hardware accessories through a USB port and can also print or emboss graphs when connected to a printer or braille embosser.
In this episode Eileen gives us a detailed tutorial on the StandScan Pro using her iPhone and favourite OCR app. The StandScan provides an elevated platform support for high quality scanning of documents and photos using your smartphone. It is a cost effective, portable and lightweight phone accessory that also helps you to scan live 3D objects. It’s so easy to use, sets up in seconds and folds to fit in your computer bag.
In this episode Allen from
shows us how a mainstream company can adapt existing keyboards to be accessible for the low vision community.
In this episode Robert Kempf from Bones shows us three versions of the
line of audio players for the blind and low vision play audio books and music, record lectures and messages, read text files and eBooks, enable you to label objects and much more. Soon, they will also talk to public transportation vehicles.
In this Episode Bobby showcases the
Focus 14 Blue Wireless Braille Display
for the Blind by Freedom Scientific. With superior portability and advanced features, the Focus 14 Blue is the ultimate go-anywhere Braille interface device. Read text messages, navigate your smartphone screen, and enter text all without taking your phone off your belt or out of your bag. The Focus 14 Blue features an efficient, full featured Braille keyboard for your smartphone, plus the ability to read your smartphone’s display silently.
In this episode we travel along with Hugo as he demonstrates the latest version of
by Somethin’ Else.
In this episode we are treated to a demonstration by Changheon Woo, Jaekyeong Yoon, and Jaewoo Ahn from Mobience. This amazing bluetooth keyboard called
This keyboard is 60% the size of an iPhone and with the patented keyboard system it is quick to type and navigate.
In this episode we discover the World’s only smart watch available for the VI community.
is a smart watch. This means that in addition to a speaking watch function for both blind and sighted, the FreeVoxTouch is a memo recorder, a music player, and a stopwatch / countdown timer. All controlled through a touch screen and working on an Android operating system.