Much of the way we perceive and understand the world is through our eyes. In fact, in one study, 88 percent of participants ranked vision as their most valued sense. For the at least 2.2 billion people around the world who have a near or distance vision impairment, accessing the world and getting information often […]
Posts with the Assistive Technology for vision impairment tag
Monday Tech Tip: Read Aloud
Brian Norton, Director of Assistive Technology, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us Read Aloud, which is a Google Chrome extension that allows a user to use text-to-speech technology that will convert webpages to audio. Users can also use Read Aloud to read PDFs, Google Docs, Google Play books, Amazon, Kindle, and EPUB out loud. This free […]
Monday Tech Tip: Seeing AI Siri Shortcut
Belva Smith, Assistive Technology Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us a Siri shortcut in Seeing AI, which is a free app for people who are blind or low vision to get descriptions on text, documents, products, people, etc… Check it out here: Click here for more on Seeing AI.
Monday Tech Tip: Orcam 2.0 New Accessories
Greg Blackman, VP, at Eye Can See, Inc. shows us some new accessories for the Orcam 2.0. Check it out here: Click here for additional information on Eye Can See, Inc. and Orcam 2.0.