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OxSight uses augmented reality to aid the visually impaired | TechCrunch

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speech One percent of the world’s population, approximately 70 million people, are blind. That is not a huge number when you think of it in terms of a potential use base for a consumer product, but it is massive when … Continue reading

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Gamasutra: Ian Hamilton’s Blog – VR & accessibility

Text to Speech Virtual reality brings some fantastic opportunities for people with disabilities. New experiences, therapeutic benefits, even accessibility for people who have better head control than hand control. But it also brings considerable new barriers, with great potential to … Continue reading

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