Rajarajeshwari Kodhandapani has a dream, to screen one million people for diabetic retinopathy (DR) so they can get timely treatment and not risk going blind. She is one of the four co-founders of Artelus, along with tech veterans Vish Durga, Lalit Pant, and Pradeep Walia, who is also a serial entrepreneur. As a former business analyst, she never thought she would become an entrepreneur (though she did want to become a politician at one time). Now, she is part of Artelus, a company that builds advanced screening tools to allow doctors and hospitals to diagnose a greater number of patients in the same time for a variety of diseases.
McAlester-area homes are eligible to receive new smoke alarms and have them installed for free through a program recently revived by the McAlester Fire Department. Through a partnership with Oklahoma ABLE Tech, Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation, and Fire Protection Publications, three different styles of smoke alarms are available based on the capacity and needs of each home.
Scientists from the University of Surrey and the Indiana University School of Medicine think they could have the answer to treating several causes of blindness, according to a ground-breaking new study.
Players can explore a medieval village, embark on a lengthy quest, and clash in a sword duel with an enemy in a new computer game, all without ever having to glance at the screen.
An idea from six years ago has finally come to fruition — the first braille activity books featuring popular Disney characters are in the hands of children across North America.
Alex Knoll’s concept app could make getting around easier for people living with a disability.
Bose Showcases audio games for Bose AR glasses, which enhances the world around you with sound.
Two computer science students from Columbus State University have put their knowledge to a practical use by creating a tool that will help visually impaired students with their work in chemistry labs.
Microsoft is changing the default way Windows works with external drives.