Sadam returns with an unboxing of the Brailliant BI 40 from HumanWare. He discusses the importance of braille and rounds off the demonstration by showing how easy it is to connect this 40 cell braille display to your Windows or Mac computer.
In this episode, Blind Educator gives a demonstration on the long awaited iOS app,
Seeing Eye GPS
He opens the app for the very first time, taking us through the setup process, walking through settings, POIs, and creates a route, concluding with his final thoughts of the app and pricing structure.
In this episode Cullen demonstrates how to upgrade to the latest version of
using Windows XP.
In this episode Justin gives us a walk through on installing the Acapela TTS Voices on an Android device.
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, Justin Previews Fleksy beta for Android on a Nexus 7. He demonstrates the keyboards features and functionality, pointing out improvements for the final release. Join the beta team as Justin elaborates on how you can be a tester for Fleksy.
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
Today I want to take you on a journey. Sorry, or should I say, thankfully, not my life’s journey, just the simple daily journey of my commute to work. Other than by my wonderful Guide Dog Earl, the successful navigation of each of the legs of my journey was improved by some kind of assistive tech in the environment. I used the
Olympus DN-5 Voice Recorder
to capture my walk to the train, than bus ride and finally my arrival at work. I hope you enjoy the soundscapes ranging from an early morning walk along the lake to a bus ride with an overly exuberant driver.