In theory, the Aira service sounds like the Holy Grail of assistive tech. By wearing a pair of glasses that have a discreet built in camera, a blind or partially … Continue Reading Smile For The Camera With Aira & Bose AR Frames Announcement.
This year saw another feature-packed Worldwide Developer Conference run by Apple. There were lots of announcements about the upcoming features in the new iOS operating system for iPhones as well … Continue Reading Apple WWDC: The Accessibility Angle
As Apple launched the new software for its products as well as announcing a new Mac Pro and display, Double Tap’s Steven Scott, Shaun Preece and Tim Schwartz watched on … Continue Reading Double Tap Live: Apple’s WWDC Event
Although I’m a great believer in the old visually impaired saying, “You look with your hands, not your eyes”, sometimes being able to pull a pair of eyes out of … Continue Reading Is It A Bird? Is It A Plane? SuperSense, A New Object Recognition App May Be Able To Help.
An app for Apple’s iPhone and iPad promises to help blind and partially sighted people retrace their steps indoors using augmented reality. For many years now, navigation apps have proven … Continue Reading Find Your Way Around Indoors With Clew
The latest version of Apple’s operating systems are due to be announced in June at the Worldwide Developer Conference, also known as WWDC. There’s lots of excitement about what will … Continue Reading iOS 13 Hopes & Rumours
The popular app that gives a helping hand to us blind people has just added a new feature under its specialised help section. Volunteers kindly offer their time for free … Continue Reading Be My Eyes Adds Banking Support
I have been struggling with reading my mail and other correspondence recently. For many years I would just ask others to read my letters and post but as I have … Continue Reading Voice Dream Scanner vs Kurzweil 1000
Microsoft’s popular app Seeing AI lets blind and partially sighted people get a better understanding of the world around them thanks to artificial intelligence. You can read documents, identify products … Continue Reading Seeing AI Now Lets You Explore Photos By Touch
Lookout is an Android app designed to help people who are blind or visually impaired gain more independence by giving real-time auditory cues about objects, text and people around them. … Continue Reading Google’s Lookout App Available for US Pixel 3 Users