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Picture of the voice output accessible GPS, Kapten Plus.

This picture highlights some accessibility issues and accommodations for street crossings next to roundabouts.

Trekker Breeze: The easy all-in-one handheld talking GPS for people who are blind or low vision (does not have automatic route creation to commercial points of interest or addresses). As simple as your TV remote, Breeze can be controlled by one hand. It verbally announces names of streets, intersections & landmarks as you walk. Press a button and Breeze tells you your location on the spot. When you are in a vehicle, Breeze announces all intersections, allowing you to exit when you want.

The Sony Entertainment Access System description of how a blind user enjoyed a 3D movie with this system.

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ALL PLAY Accessible Toy Guide

ALL PLAY Accessible Toy Guide by Hillary Kleck *repinned by WonderBaby.org

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The Best Accessible Computer Games for Blind Kids

We'll show you the best places to find accessible video games for blind children - and some of them are free!

Smart Apps For Special Needs: Accessibility Options for iPad: Helping with Visual Impairments

This drawing illustrates the ideal placement of accessible pedestrian crossing signals at an intersection.

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FingerReader from MIT (and other text-to-speech readers)

Devices like the FingerReader from MIT or OrCam allow people with visual impairments to point to text and hear it read back to them. Is this an advancement in accessibility or a threat to braille literacy?

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100 Aids for the Visually Impaired

100 Aids for the Visually Impaired - From Talking Cooking Gear to Smartphones with Braille