Apple has included a new accessibility feature in the latest release of the iOS 14.2 beta called People Detection, which is a part of the Magnifier app.
Researchers at NUI Galway’s Health Innovation via Engineering (HIVE) Lab have incorporated a sophisticated sonar system into gloves to create the JediGlove, a wearable that assists the visually impaired.
Ahead of the PS5’s November release date, Sony has detailed some of the accessibility settings that will be built in to the console and its DualSense controller at launch.
RNIB has published the research methods and industrial design of its prototype device in the hope that health-care corporations will take notice.
Foursquare is releasing an audio-only virtual assistant platform called Marsbot for AirPods that will play snippets into your earbuds based on your location and let you record your own for others to hear.
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This cereal box features a UK-first technology that a smartphone detects and reads aloud the labelling and allergen information to people with sight loss.
Game company Microsoft has revealed that it has added a certain feature on the Xbox Series X hardware that will assist players who are visually impaired and for those who want to attach cables from behind without looking at them.
STRAP Technologies announced on White Cane Safety Day in the United States, the creation of a hands-free device designed to be worn by the visually impaired to allow for more independence and mobility.
In the “Audio/Visual” accessibility setting, there’s a new option called “Headphone Accommodations.” When you toggle this on, you get a chance to fine-tune how you hear things in your headphones. And if you have a set of AirPods Pro, it works in conjunction with Transparency mode.