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ADOBE’S APPROACH TO ACCESSIBILITY? EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBLE.
Tech companies often see accessibility as a compliance issue. At Adobe, it’s a fundamental part of good design.
How Tech Is Improving Soccer Experience For Visually Impaired Fans
In December 2018, a clip of a Liverpool fan at Anfield celebrating a goal during a Champions League match went viral. Such an event isn’t unusual in itself given fans love to take videos on their smartphones to share on social media.
How to make museums more accessible for disabled people? Ask them
Research groups have designed new technologies and initiatives for the V&A, Kunsthistorisches Museum and Thyssen-Bornemisza
Amazon’s Echo can now help describe grocery items to the visually impaired
Amazon.com’s virtual assistant just got more intelligent after the company revealed Monday that the visually impaired can now ask it what they are holding.
Accessible Museums: Using Technology to Open the Doors
A new generation of accessible museums is opening the door to people who may find access challenging. They are doing this by using technology in a range of innovative ways.
Strengthen inclusion, participation of people with autism to ‘achieve their full potential’ says UN chief
On World Autism Awareness Day, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres underscored in his message on Tuesday, the importance of technology which helps people living with autism “achieve their full potential”.
Elderly and Disabled Assistive Devices Market 2016-2024
Assistive devices and technologies minimize individual’s dependence on others and helps improve quality of life. Devices such as wheelchairs, visual aids, hearings aids, and specialized computer software and hardware system aids in enhancing hearing, vision, mobility, or communication of the elderly and disabled people.
How we’re designing musical instruments with the help of disabled musicians and VR
Virtual Reality technology opens up new experiences and possibilities in music for people with disabilities.
Glasses give sight to the legally blind
A pair of glasses from eSight that helps people who are legally blind actually see — in some cases, even better than people with 20/20 vision.