Visually impaired

09.04.19
The band X Ambassadors created a music video for the visually impaired
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The band X Ambassadors created a music video for the visually impaired

It uses Microsoft's Windows Sonic technology to make the sound more immersive.

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07.15.15
Gett tweaks its UK taxi app to help visually-impaired users
07.15.15

Gett tweaks its UK taxi app to help visually-impaired users

Thanks to smartphone apps, hailing a taxi no longer requires memorising the phone number of the lo...

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05.08.15
Students design a facial recognition cane for blind people
05.08.15

Students design a facial recognition cane for blind people

Facial recognition technology has many use cases, but none nearly as significant as this next one...

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03.06.15
Bluetooth beacons are helping the blind navigate London's Tube
03.06.15

Bluetooth beacons are helping the blind navigate London's Tube

London's Underground network can feel like a maze for even the most seasoned traveller, especially...

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07.12.14
Dog Days of Summer: Zandra, hard at iWork
07.12.14

Dog Days of Summer: Zandra, hard at iWork

It's summertime, which means that weekend TUAW readers get a respite from Caturday and get to see...

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05.19.14
'World's first' braille mobile phone goes on sale in the UK
05.19.14

'World's first' braille mobile phone goes on sale in the UK

Touchscreens may have kicked-off a mobile computing revolution, but they didn't do much for the vi...

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05.01.13
Kindle iOS app gets a slew of new features for the blind and visually impaired
05.01.13

Kindle iOS app gets a slew of new features for the blind and visually impaired

The latest upgrade to the iPhone and iPad version of Amazon's Kindle reading app brings a bunch of...

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