This week on the IAP, Jeremy Curry of GW Micro and I discuss the revolutionary partnership between Microsoft and GW Micro that lead to Window-Eyes being offered for free to owners of Office 2010 or later.
This week on the IAP, we discuss a new camera product, aimed at being a sort of seeing aid for people with blindness and low vision.
This week on the IAP, we talk about the need for more accessible travel apps, right before we all head off for American Thanksgiving.
This week on the IAP, we talk with Dennis Lembree, creator of EasyChirp, an accessible interface for Twitter.
This week on the IAP, we talk about some research at MIT that is paving the way for some very useful tools for the visually-impaired.
This week on the IAP, we talk about a new bit of research for the Xbox Kinect which allows translation between various sign languages and spoken word.
This week on the IAP, we discuss some new rules from the FCC which are aimed at making it easier for blind and deaf people to use their televisions.
This week on the IAP, we discuss software that makes yoga accessible to the blind using the XBox Kinect to determine body movement and position.
This week on the IAP, we talk about Disney's decision to end the Guest Assistance Card program, which allowed families with disabilities to have shorter wait times for park attractions.
It's that time of year again! This week on the IAP, we talk about accessibility camps and the benefits of unconferences.