A lending library demo

Demonstrating Empathy Through Devices

Creating an Inclusive Environment INDATA’s device demonstrations are acts of inclusion. They invite people with disabilities to practice using assistive technology designed to help access and navigate this world that’s still learning how to accommodate their needs. This continuous learning and development is most evident in INDATA’s lending library. With more than 2,500 items, it […]

Supersense Serves as Everyday Companion

For the blind and visually impaired, the Supersense app essentially allows them to have a seeing guide right in their pocket. Whether they’re shopping, cleaning or just curling up with a good book, this app turns people’s mobile device into an everyday companion or caregiver. Supersense is free and available for Android and iOS users, […]

People with Disabilities Solve Equation for Success

People with disabilities make up the largest minority group in the nation. According to the CDC, one in four people in the United States have a disability. Yet just 17.9 percent of them were employed as of 2020, down from 19.3 percent in 2019 (per statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor). In comparison, 63.7 […]

Lookout app reading a food label

Always on the Lookout

Lookout is an app for Android devices that uses Google’s Artificial Intelligence toolkit to assist individuals, especially those who are blind or visually impaired. While the app isn’t new to the scene, there are two new features for Lookout app users to explore! The new features allow devices to read out food labels and scan […]

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Light Switch Extenders Offer More Independence

Gaining independence while having a disability can feel difficult. One easy way to feel more self-sufficient is a light switch extender. This tool comes in many different designs fostered to help those reach a light switch in any room. They even have different extenders for different switch designs. Benefits to Having Light Switch Extenders Light […]

Woman looking at monitor with Eyeware

Eyeware’s Vision for the Future

The Swiss company, Eyeware, is on the cutting edge of developing head and eye-tracking technology that will help both people with disabilities, medical students and medical professionals. Best of all, it provides software-only solutions, eliminating the need for headsets, glasses and webcams — thus also cutting costs. The Eyeware Beam app can create more immersive […]