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ATFAQ151 – Q1. Grants for Vehicle Modifications Q2. Low vision migrating to sharepoint, Q3. iOS or PC based live captioning tool, Q4. Visitor touchscreen kiosk access, Q5. Windows 11 preparedness

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Panelists: Brian Norton, Josh Anderson, Belva Smith, Tracy Castillo, Nikol Prieto ATFAQ151 – Q1. Grants for Vehicle Modifications Q2. Low vision migrating to SharePoint, Q3. iOS or PC-based live captioning tool, Q4. Visitor touchscreen kiosk access, Q5. Wildcard: Windows 11 preparedness   —– Transcript Starts Here —– Brian […]

Accessible Movie Theaters

Going to see a movie is a great way to spend an evening with friends, family, or a date.  The cushioned seats, dark surroundings, smell of popcorn, and in-your-face large movie screen have a way of capturing your undivided attention and exciting the senses.  Theaters across the nation have continually improved conditions to try and […]

Adding Captions on YouTube Videos

After reading and blogging about the Automatic Captions that have recently become available for YouTube videos, we were eager to try them ourselves.  It turned out to be a little more work than we expected, but the end results were very satisfying.  One of the biggest problems we encountered was that we found less information […]

Google Introduces Automatic Captions for YouTube

Google Video and YouTube were first equipped with captions and subtitles back in September of 2006.  Although this was a big leap toward accessibility, there were still many flaws to be sorted out.  On November 19, Google’s official blog revealed that they now offer automatic captions, or auto-caps.  Google implements a technology called automatic speech recognition […]