Japan's AMEDIA shows off 18 new devices for the visually impaired
Joshua Topolsky|December 27, 2007 2:43 AM
VoiceSense PDA (here being employed to help those with visual impairments in the IT sector). The collection of gadgets clearly illustrates the kind of time and energy being put into making modern technology more accessible to everyone. Hit the read link for a (translated) tour of the show.
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