Talking Tech 27th February 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
3d ago
Hable one   Yes it is in the web shop now.   Here are some notes I wrote about the Hable one, then you’ll find the link to the shop page. Product description:   Hable One is an external braille keyboard designed for people who are blind or have low vision to use and navigate their smartphone or tablet (iOS or Android)with ease. No installation is needed – just pair it to your smart device via Bluetooth and start Brailling (Android or iOS will be auto detected if first time paired)..   Physical description: TOP 6 Braille round keys laid out in standard Braille cell formation ..read more
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Talking Tech 20th February 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
1w ago
News From the Vision Store: Vision Store Parramatta Closed Feb 21 to April 22 Due to Building Renovations.   As of February 29, Vision Store no longer selling Apple products.   Product Spot Light: Mini Guide.   One of my most longest used sonar type devices for obstacle detection.   https://shop.visionaustralia.org/miniguide-ultrasonic-echo-location-detector.html   Products that I will be investigating:   Ultra Cane. Sonar Glasses.   Object Detection with LIDAR on iPhone 12 Pro and Above   Note I said Object Detection and not object recognition which as ..read more
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Talking Tech 13th February 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
2w ago
60 seconds Product spot:   All Terrain Cane.   https://shop.visionaustralia.org/all-terrain-cane.html   With all the hype around AI/AR/VR etc, I thought it would be good to take a pause and look at the other tech trends that are important to us now and moving forward:                   5G Expansion and Adoption: 5G networks will become more widespread, offering faster and more reliable connectivity. This will accelerate the development and adoption of IoT devices, smart cities, autonomous vehicles, a ..read more
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Talking Tech 6th February 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
3w ago
Talking Tech for Feb 6 2024   Product Minute - SensePlayer OCR   60 seconds for me to talk about some great VA Store stuff that I personally use.   First cab off the rank is the SensePlayer OcR.   Why I love it: FM Radio, Smart Keyboard to iPhone, Ability to Run Android Apps, and further development easily achievable.   https://shop.visionaustralia.org/sense-player-ocr-et.html   New Spot Where You Can Access Talking Tech From   Last three episodes of talking tech now available on main shop Vision Australia webpage.   https://shop.visionaustralia.org &nbs ..read more
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Talking Tech 30th January 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
1M ago
Tech that I use Myself   Last week I talked about tech from the VA Store, this week this is a list of the tech I use for various reasons.   Before I do that, an updated price for the BTSpeak and BTSpeak Pro: $795 and $1195 US respectively.   Now to the tech list which I explain fully in the show.   Tile Tag.   AirTag.   Steel Series 5 Gaming Head Set.   Bluetooth transmitter.   External USB Sound card.   Zoom Podtrak P4.   USBC port hug.   External UsBC hard drive. Support this Vision Australia Radio program: https://www.visionaustralia.or ..read more
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Talking Tech 23rd January 2024
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by Vision Australia
1M ago
Talking Tech for Jan 23 2024 A reminder about the Web Aim Screen Reader Survey Closing 31 January 2024   https://webaim.org/projects/screenreadersurvey10/   VAR Studio One Interview   My Interview On VA Radio Studio One About Tech that blind or low vision folks use.   https://omny.fm/shows/studio1/technology-and-us   Apple Vision Report Card for 2023 from AppleVis   https://applevis.com/blog/apple-vision-accessibility-2023-applevis-report-card   BTSpeak from Blazie  Technology   Yep, it’s the updated and improved Braille and Speak from the 1990’s ..read more
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Talking Tech 16th January 2024
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by Vision Australia
1M ago
Talking Tech for Jan 16 2024 Vision Pro Availability Announced by Apple   In the US only, pre-order Jan 19, and available Feb 2024.   Promo Video for the Vision Pro   https://appleinsider.com/articles/24/01/09/apple-released-a-short-video-teasing-apple-vision-pro?utm_medium=rss   Apple Quietly increased the Find My Limit from 16 to 32 as of iOS 16   https://appleinsider.com/articles/24/01/12/apple-quietly-increased-the-find-my-limit-to-32-items?utm_medium=rss   Apple Releases Magic Keyboard Firmware Update to fix Bluetooth  Vulnerable   https://9to5mac.c ..read more
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Talking Tech 9th January 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
1M ago
Celebrating World Braille Day for 2024, Vision Australia   https://www.visionaustralia.org/community/news/2024-01-04-world-braille-day   Webaim Screen Reader Survey number 10 - closing Jan 31 2024   https://webaim.org/projects/screenreadersurvey10/   Ban on Apple Watch series 9 and Apple Watch ultra two as of December 26, 2023 currently under appeal by Apple.   Consumer electronics show CES Jan 9 to 12 2024 in Las Vegas   https://www.theverge.com/2024/1/5/24025489/ces-2024-tv-transportation-laptops-smart-home-what-to-expect   Samsung Unpacked Event for Jan 18 ..read more
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Talking Tech 2nd January 2024
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
2M ago
Things that caught my Attention in 2023 and looking Ahead in to 2024   2023   DotPad.   Monarch (preview).   Sinceplayer OCR ET.   Brailliant BIX 20 or 40 software update that includes speech output with Daisy book reading.   Victor Reader stream 3.   iPhone 15 Pro (Actions button).   Things to look forward to in 2024   Finally release hopefully of the Mountbatten Tutor from Quantum.: a couple of years overdue.   Accessible cheaper basic feature mobile phones.   DotPad comes through Quantum.   Monarch perhaps at the end of the year fr ..read more
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Talking Tech 26th December 2023
Talking Tech | Vision Australia Radio
by Vision Australia
2M ago
What is Computer Artificial Intelligence (AI)   In simple terms, it is making computers think like Humans. Eg recognising speech, making decision, and recognising patterns etc.   General examples of Computer AI   Advanced Web Search Engines. Recommendation systems. Virtual assistance. Speech recognition. Automatic translation. Automatic audio translation. Automated speech synthesis. Smart home. Predictive maintenance. Natural language processing. Super play. Content creation. Image recognition. Automated image generation. Automated music composition. Automated text summary. Face ..read more
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