Hans Wiberg, founder of Be My Eyes, joins Mark Miller to discuss the phenomenon of this new iPhone app that allows sited individuals to be the eyes for someone who is blind and needs a quick set of eyes.
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The IAP broadcast live from the 2014 Boston Accessibility Conference held May 10th at the IBM Innovation Center. Mark talk’s to conference attendees Amy Ruell, the president of VIBUG, Lindsay Yazzolino, a research program coordinator at a cognitive neuroscience lab at Massachusetts Eye and Ear infirmary, and the Key note speaker Judy Brewer, who is the web Accessibility Initiative Director at the W3C.
Kimberly Cline of AI Squared joins Mark on the IAP to discuss the ZoomText for Mac Release. Kimberly tells the story of starting ZoomText University and how it help both ZoomText users and to evangelize the product.
Aaron Leventhal from AI Squared joins us on the IAP for a great discussion about the assistive technology that is place right on the website - sitecues. Discover the innovation that went into this revolutionary approach.
Show Notes & Links
This week on the IAP, Mark Miller interviews inclusion learning evangelist Luis Perez.
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.