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AAO Video: Technologies for Patients with Low Vision
We are sharing this recent video from the American Academy of Ophthalmology...
Microsoft Soundscape 2018, A Review of What It Can Do
Microsoft is clearly on a mission to advance accessibility for people with ...
Let iPhone’s VoiceOver Do the Reading
A totally accessible touch screen was brought to us by Apple nearly a decad...
Frank Bruni Faces Vision Loss with Grace
It is one of those things you hope never happens to you, and then it does. ...
Low Vision Awareness: Time to Get Organized
In case you haven’t heard, February is Low Vision Awareness Month. A vi...
Smart Speakers You Ask They Answer
It should come as no surprise that the voice activated smart speaker is a f...
Accessibility Bridges the Visual Divide
Article by Dorrie Rush, published in Manhattan Eye, Ear, & Throat Hospi...
7 Low Vision Tips to Start Your Day
One of the challenging aspects of living with low vision can be our own c...
Woman Smiling While Wearing Headphones
Descriptive Audio Brings the Detail Back for Movie Fans with Visual Impairments
For more than a decade descriptive audio tracks have been available on wide...
Try a New Approach to Reading Restaurant Menus
  One of the most frequently asked questions from people living w...
Seeing Ai Gets an Upgrade
‘Seeing AI’ Gets an Upgrade
Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a dominant force in technology, and...
Close-up of eye exam equipment.
Glaucoma Awareness: Early Detection Saves Sight
January is designated Glaucoma Awareness Month, a good time to improve your...


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