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.
INDATA specializes in connecting people with disabilities to assistive technology that can improve their lifestyle and increase their independence. Next week’s free, full-day training session on Friday, August 31 will go one step further by showing how this technology can connect to the world around them. The upcoming training session will introduce attendees to the […]
Over a year ago, I wrote about Amazon Echo, a virtual assistant by Amazon that you simply place in your home. To wake Echo, you simply say “Alexa” and the virtual assistant will provide you with music, news, weather, alarms, timers, to-do lists, and more. More recently, Amazon has introduced two new members to their […]
Thanks to Siri and other virtual assistants, several individuals have observed the convenience of speaking commands. Now there is a device being introduced, called ARING, that provides the same convenience literally right at your fingertip. In sum, ARING is “one ring control for your smartphone.” To use ARING, you simply click and speak, then ARING […]
Since the birth of the iPhone over eight years ago, Apple has worked hard to make their devices as user-friendly as possible. In order to reach the widest range of consumers, Apple’s products feature simple controls and interfaces on their iOS devices, as well as several accessibility features not commonly found on other smart devices. In […]
Apple unveiled its first ever wearable back in September at its iPhone 6 event, and on Monday, the Cupertino company finally revealed more details on the highly-anticipated Apple Watch, including pricing and the release date! What else does the smartwatch have to offer and how can you operate it? Let’s spring forward with more details! […]