An iOS app that uses 3D audio cues to help the blind and vision-impaired navigate the world around them, made its debut last spring in the U.S. and now, the Soundscape app from Microsoft has been launched in Canada as a free download both in English and French.
Today, Not Impossible Labs, the leader in technology for social good, announced the product availability roadmap for the Sonic Localizer – a sound bar array developed to help those with visual impairments navigate built environments such as skate or terrain parks.
A group of researchers at Ajman University have created smart glasses with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can read, navigate and identify faces to help the visually impaired.
Making entertainment accessible to as many people as possible can be challenging, especially for video games which rely heavily on visuals.
Haptic signing is a process in which a hearing, sighted person conveys information to a deaf and blind individual by touching their back or other parts of their body. It’s effective, but what happens if the deafblind person wants to be more independent? Well, new haptic-feedback clothing could help.
Could a belt with sensors be the best way to help people with visual impairments navigate the city? A group of engineering students from Smithfield High School thinks it might be.
A revolutionary visual aid is on its way thanks to this high school student
Oguz Karadag from Turkey has invented a new device that he claims will help visually impaired students do practical math with ease. This is a major breakthrough as traditionally many blind students are not encouraged to pursue math at higher grades.
In iOS 13, with a second set of AirPods or PowerBeats Pro, two people can listen to the same audio from one device at once. Here is how it works.
How to Install iOS 13 Beta