Why ObjectiveEd – by Marty Schultz
original article by blindfoldgames
I’ve been getting emails recently from fans of Blindfold Games, inquiring about our new company – Objective Ed. For the next few months, I will post blogs describing many of the features and benefits of the ObjectiveEd Suite.
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article by Graham Page
One of the uses of smartphones that excite many visually impaired people is undoubtedly the ability to read paper-based text documents. Previously KNFB reader was acknowledged as being among the best around, despite its high price of £100 or so.
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Imagine coming across millions of games, but not knowing whether you can play them. That’s been the experience for people who rely on audio or screen reader capabilities. But thanks to the new Blind-friendly filter in the Play Games app, people who are blind can now quickly identify games designed with accessibility in mind. Some games don’t even require a screen reader. Continue reading “Blind-friendly” filter on Google Play
Aurrigo teams up with Blind Veterans UK to launch the world’s first driverless pods trial for disabled people
original article by icavcluster.com
A Coventry-based autonomous vehicle specialist is kick-starting a ‘world first’ trial showcasing how autonomous technology can deliver improved mobility and independence for people with health conditions and disabilities.
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The Global Launch of OXSIGHT: Using technology to transform the lives of the visually impaired.
original post by eventbrite.co.uk
OXSIGHT makes designer eyewear with a perfect balance of style, functionality and smart technology, inspired by years of development at Oxford University. Glasses that are putting people with visual impairment back in control of their vision.
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