Thammasat University's Touchable Ink aims to lower the current $1-per-page cost of embossed Braille print down to around 3 cents.
Photos posted on Facebook will now get automated descriptions added to them so that screen readers can help the visually impaired share the conversation. Although currently it's for iOS only...
David Woodbridge is a technology consultant for Vision Australia, a national service provider for the blind and vision-impaired. He talks about how technologies like iOS' VoiceOver help him make his own way through the world.
From CNET Magazine: Apple's iPhone software is helping people with limited or no sight navigate around town and across the Internet.
Social media erupts with the ire of fans who fear they missed out on their one opportunity to order a little piece of "Back to the Future Part II." Pepsi later says fans will get another chance.
Researchers at University College London are studying the physics of pancakes to help improve treatments for glaucoma.
Exploring smart shades and blinds, and if they fit into a smart home.
With sign-off on the Trans-Pacific Partnership edging closer and critics warning the deal could "attack internet freedoms," a Parliamentary review has slammed the negotiating process for a lack of oversight.
What technology should we test in the CNET Smart Home? For many of you, security is a top priority.
A 60-year-old is the first person in a test to see whether the foundational cells can help reverse a vision problem called macular degeneration. Early results should arrive in December.