Justin Jones was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Justin’s dad was in the military, and the family moved often. Justin and his family spent a lot of his childhood in Texas, where he eventually graduated high school and went to college. Justin was born with Peters anomaly, which is a genetic disorder of the eye. […]
Posts with the assistive technology for low vision tag
Monday Tech Tip: Scanning Pens Reader 2
During the 2023 ATIA Conference, David Flaherty, US Director of Sales, Scanning Pens, Inc. shows us one of their scanning pen devices that uses AI-based text recognition to scan text and read to a user. The device has many other helpful features for individuals with reading difficulties such as access to dictionary for word comprehension […]
Monday Tech Tip: Office 365 Dictate Using JAWS Screen Reader
Jim Rinehart, Assistive Technology Specialist, shows us how to use Office 365 Dictate with a screen reader. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about Office 365 Dictate. Click here to learn more about JAWS Screen Reader.
Monday Tech Tip: Display & Text Feature (iOS)
Brian Norton, Director of AT, at Easterseals Crossroads show us the Display & Text Size accessibility in iOS. Check it out here: Click here to learn more about Display & Text Size
Monday Tech Tip: RealSAM Pocket
Anat Nulman, Director of Business Development, at RealThing AI, shows us the RealSAM Pocket, which is an accessible smartphone for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Check it out here: Click here for more details about the RealSAM Pocket.
Monday Tech Tip: Lookout by Google
Brian Norton, Director of Assistive Technology, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us Lookout for Google, which enables individuals with low vision or blindness to scan food labels and identify them and scan barcodes, read text in documents, identify currency, and provides information about objects using the phone’s camera. Check it out here: Click here to learn […]