17th March 2014
Education and employment prospects for people with any visual impairment get a massive boost this week with powerful reading tools unveiled at the 29th International Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities.
People with any visual impairment who rely on SuperNova's screen magnification and screen reading will now be able to conveniently read thousands of accessible books needed for their course or job. People who are blind can also easily scan and read inaccessible print and PDFs. Plus, people with low vision can benefit from SuperNova's intuitive touch screen access for Windows 8.1 tablets and touch screen laptops from leading manufacturers like Dell.
13th March 2014
Former Paralympian, Aj Ahmed, has challenged colleagues at Dolphin Computer Access to don blindfolds and walk the...