COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 25 /PRNewswire/ — A series of tests by Twenty First Century Communications (TFCC) has confirmed that they are the first and only major hosted (Software as a Service, or SaaS) notification vendor to provide true TDD/TTY delivery of emergency notification and messages without pre-registration. Continue reading “A Breakthrough in Rapid Emergency Alerts for the Hearing Impaired”
(AP) When Coke bottle glasses just won’t cut it for safe driving, a futuristic windshield might do the trick.
General Motors Corp. researchers are working on a windshield that combines lasers, infrared sensors and a camera to take what’s happening on the road and enhance it, so aging drivers with vision problems are able to see a little more clearly. Continue reading “New Windshield An Improved Set Of Eyes”
By Alexis Madrigal for Wired Science
Quadriplegics may gain a new degree of freedom via their tongues, if a new control system becomes widely available. Continue reading “‘Tongue Drive System’ Controls Wheelchair, Computer”
By MARTYN WILLIAMS, IDG News Service\Tokyo Bureau, IDG
IBM launched on Tuesday an application that seeks to harness the power and time of Internet users around the globe to make the Web more accessible to the visually impaired. Continue reading “I.B.M. Software Enhances Web Accessibility for the Blind”