Human Interest

Library program teaches technology to low-vision patrons

Library program teaches technology to low-vision patrons - A new, free program offered through the Macomb Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped aims to offer alternative coping methods for accessing computers and other low vision issues.

Landmark program to give fans with visual impairments enhanced access to MLB.com continues expansion

Landmark program to give fans with visual impairments enhanced access to MLB.com continues expansion - Fans with visual impairments will gain expanded accessibility to baseball through the continuation of a joint collaboration between MLB Advanced Media, L.P. (MLBAM), the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, the American Council of the Blind, Bay State Council of the Blind and California Council of the Blind.

Blindsquare uses Foursquare data to guide the visually impaired

Blindsquare uses Foursquare data to guide the visually impaired - Blindsquare is giving guidance systems for the visually disabled a new twist with user-generated Foursquare data, text-to-speech, GPS and some OpenStreetMap mojo.

Blind sailors ready for yacht race

Blind sailors ready for yacht race - Three visually impaired sailors, are to race a small yacht from London to the Olympic sailing site on behalf of Action For Blind People.

Bionic eyes are totally a thing come 2013

Bionic eyes are totally a thing come 2013 - The Google Glasses may be the big news in optics, but the real tech to watch might be the Australian cyber-eye that’s set to begin clinical trials next year.

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