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Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday, January 11, 2024 - Volume 945

The Week's News in Access Technology

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1) Top 5 Most Clicked Tidbits From Last Week

A) Become a Windows 11 Master With These 70+ Keyboard Shortcuts | CNet.com

If you want to navigate Windows 11 like a pro, you should know every one of these hotkeys.

B) How To Use Point And Speak On iPhone Or iPad | Apple Support

If you're blind or have low vision, you can use Point and Speak in Magnifier on your iPhone or iPad with LiDAR to have text read to you. Just point your finger at signs, keypads, labels and more to hear them read out loud to you. Here's how.

C) ONECOM's FINTIN V1 Mini-QWERTY Communicator for the Visually Impaired to Debut at CES 2024 After Winning Best of Innovation Award | PR Newswire

ONECOM will unveil its award-winning FINTIN V1, a handheld mini-QWERTY communicator designed for the visually impaired, at CES 2024 beginning on January 9, 2023. The device earned the prestigious CES 2024 Best of Innovation award.

D) Navigating Android's Main Internal Storage Folders: A Beginner's Guide | Accessible Android

Even before you start using your shiny new phone, it might be interesting for you to know that Android organizes specific files and folders within your device's storage, creating essential directories accessible from day one. Understanding the content and purpose of these folders can simplify file navigation and clarify their role in your device's internal storage. This beginner's guide will briefly outline the contents of these folders.

E) New BARD Additions: December 2023

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3) Top Tech Tidbits Welcomes New Editorial Contributor: Vicki Walton

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4) Top Tech Tidbits Publisher Updates For January 11, 2024

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10) AI Updates

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A) 13-Year-Old Becomes First Person to Ever Beat Tetris | 404Media.co

Publisher (Di Blasi): Sure. This is a space for AI news. Yet I couldn't help but feel that readers would still appreciate the irony of hearing about a human being outperforming a machine. After all, this may just be the very last article of its kind that we will ever read. Congrats Blue Scuti!
404Media: 34 years after its release on NES, Blue Scuti has become the first human to ever reach Tetris' Kill Screen.

B) OpenAI's New App Store Could Turn ChatGPT Into an Everything App | Wired: Subscription Required

A new app store from the creator of ChatGPT invites companies to build custom “GPTs” that add functionality to the chatbot. OpenAI isn't saying how app builders will get paid.

C) ChatGPT Helps Blind Developer Code

OpenAI President Greg Brockman recently asked a question on X "How has ChatGPT changed your life?" to which a user by the name Aaron Stormerr shared the profound impact ChatGPT has had on his academic journey as a blind Computer Science student.

D) GPT-4 Vision: 11 Amazing Use Cases — This is Huge | Indish Marketer | Medium

I'm incredibly excited to dive into GPT-4, the new multimodal version of ChatGPT that can understand images. In this post, we'll explore some of the amazing things this AI can do, from building apps to guessing numbers of objects, identifying plants and locations, recommending TV shows, and more. Let's see just how intelligent this AI really is across multiple modalities.

E) Meet Aloha, A Housekeeping Humanoid System That Can Cook And Clean | InterestingEngineering.com

Publisher (Di Blasi): One of the most important things to note here is that both the hardware and machine-learning algorithm for the Mobile ALOHA humanoid system are completely, 100% open-source. This means that if you have approximately $32K to spare (some now say 20K or less), and a fair amount of time, you can actually purchase all of the parts to build this system yourself. And then, once assembled, you can download the machine-learning algorithm for the Mobile ALOHA humanoid system from Github. Practical? Not really. Cost efficient? Definitely not. But it shows progress along a path. A path that is accelerating with each passing day. And that is exciting.
Interesting Engineering: A team of researchers at Stanford University and Google DeepMind have created a Mobile Aloha humanoid system, a potential AI-powered housemaid of the future. The robot can be easily trained to do multiple activities like cooking shrimp or organizing things in your house.

F) Is The AI Key A Good Thing For Accessibility? | David Redmond | Vision Ireland

For almost three decades, Microsoft's QWERTY keyboard design has remained largely the same. The last big change came with the introduction of the Windows key, introduced in 1994 ahead of the release of Windows 95. But now, Microsoft has decided it's time for a change. It is introducing the AI copilot key.

G) Microsoft's Copilot Key Reveals the Future of Windows | PCMag.com

A new button on your keyboard is just the beginning of major changes coming to Windows in 2024.

H) CES 2024: The r1 AI Pocket Companion Will Take You Down The Rabbit Hole | PC Mag UK

A startup called Rabbit hopped into the AI market at CES with a standalone search device that lets people perform natural language queries without a smartphone. Rabbit calls the r1 a "pocket AI companion" that was purpose-built to eliminate the need for multiple apps and help people take advantage of a Large Action Model to seek things out.

I) Rabbit's Little Walkie-Talkie Learns Tasks That Stump Siri and Alexa | Wired: Subscription Required

The startup has developed a virtual assistant that learns whatever digital errands you teach it. The interface is extra cute: a handheld device you use to issue voice commands to your bot army.

J) A Day in the Life With Ballie: An AI Companion Robot for the Home | Samsung.com US

Samsung Electronics introduced a new version of its AI home companion robot Ballie at a press conference at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas on January 8 (local time) — ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024. First introduced at CES 2020, Ballie has been revamped with new advanced features to help users intelligently navigate their lives.

11) Apple Updates

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A) Apple Announces Apple Vision Pro Will Be Available in the U.S. on February 2, 2024

The era of spatial computing is here — pre-orders begin Friday, January 19, 2024. Apple Vision Pro will be available at all U.S. Apple Store locations and the U.S. Apple Store online.

B) Share Your Apple Vision Accessibility Experience and Opinions: The 2023 AppleVis Report Card Survey is Now Open | AppleVis

We are thrilled to announce our second annual Apple Vision Accessibility Report Card and invite you to participate in the survey that will determine this year's ratings. Our inaugural report card last year received an exceptionally enthusiastic response from the community, with many AppleVis members participating and providing thoughtful feedback. We hope to match or even surpass that outstanding level of engagement this year as we continue our efforts to deliver valuable insights to Apple from its blind and low vision customers.

C) Here's How An iPhone Survived A 20,000-Foot Fall From A Plane | The Washington Post: Subscription Required

The iPhone was lying on the ground, in airplane mode, with its battery half full. The screen, fully intact, showed a $70 receipt for two checked bags on Alaska Airlines flight 1282.

12) JAWS Power Tip: How To Search for Messages in Gmail Standard View with JAWS

Use the Search feature to quickly find messages. Just follow these steps.

13) An Easy Way To Change The Volume Of Running Apps | January 4, 2023 | SayItInBraille.com

Have you ever been listening to music or a podcast, while you work on your computer using either JAWS or NVDA & wished you could change the volume quickly? Well now, you can, thanks to this handy tip I saw on Mastodon last night.

14) OCR PDFs Using Free Open Source Tools With Apple Shortcuts (or Automator) | December 31, 2023 | Podfeet Podcasts

I've been talking a lot lately about different methods of running Optical Character Recognition (OCR) on PDFs using only free open source tools after George from Tulsa taught us about OCRmyPDF. All of the methods I've described work, but they're pretty high on the nerd scale.

15) The Best of CES 2024 | Wired: Subscription Required

These are the products, prototypes, and ideas that most distinctly signaled the future at this year's consumer tech showcase.

16) Alexa Just Got Three New Generative AI Skills — Here's How To Try Them | ZDNet.com

With artificial intelligence (AI) a dominant theme at this year's CES, Amazon has unveiled three new Alexa skills that all come with a hefty helping of AI. Now accessible to all Echo and Alexa users, the three skills are freely available through the Alexa app as well as through the Alexa Skills website.

17) OneCourt's Haptic Mini-Field Lets Blind Fans Follow The Game By Touch | TechCrunch

Sports fans most often take in their favorite game by watching it on TV or from the venue itself, but those with blind and low vision generally must rely on the announcer or a radio broadcast. OneCourt aims to augment their experience with a lap-top miniature field that lets someone feel the position of the players and ball in near real time.

18) Augmental Launches the MouthPad: A Tongue-Controlled Interface that Lets People Explore the Digital World Hands-Free

Publisher (Di Blasi): Although this product was first announced back in April of 2023, and we missed it at that time, it has gained an awful lot of buzz at this year's CES conference.
Augmental: Augmental redesigned the computer mouse with the goal of making it more universally inclusive — empowering everyone, particularly individuals with hand impairments, to use computers with greater degrees of expressivity and convenience.

19) Soon You Can Give Your iPhone a Physical Keyboard With Real Buttons | CNet.com

A new Clicks Case with an embedded physical hardware keyboard for iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max is launching at CES 2024.

20) Activator is First Fully Integrated iPhone Braille Solution | EasterSealsTech.com

Braille is a system of touch reading and writing for people who suffer from low vision, blindness or deaf-blindness. First introduced in the early 1800s, the braille system consists of characters in which raised dots represent the letters of the alphabet. From embossed paper to braille displays and notetakers, there are many ways to use braille — and many devices making braille more accessible and available to users. One of the latest innovations from Help Tech is the Activator, the first fully integrated iPhone braille solution.

21) Review: Activator: The First Fully Integrated iPhone Braille Solution By Donna Goodin, Top Tech Tidbits Reader

I have just spent the last two weeks demoing the Activator braille display. It was an interesting, sometimes challenging experience, so I offer my impressions for anyone else who may be considering this device. There is a lot to love about this display. Unfortunately, there were also some things not to love. I'll start with the positives.

22) Activator: New Firmware Version | HelpTech.eu

To answer the most pressing question right away: Yes, the Activator supports the iPhone 15 with USB-C port. Until the introduction of a SmartDock with a USB-C port, you can connect the iPhone 15 to the USB-C port of the Activator. You can now use all the functions of the HelpTech+ app with the iPhone 15. Here's what's new.

23) HelpTech+ App: New Version

The new version of the HelpTech+ App 1.4 offers some new features.

24) Best OTC Hearing Aids Hand-Picked by Our Testers | January 4, 2024 | HelpGuide.org

After testing twenty-one models, we reviewed the top OTC hearing aids. Learn how the best brands performed (and which two to avoid).

25) Microsoft Adds New AI Button to Windows Keyboards | CNET

The dedicated Copilot key is the biggest change since Microsoft introduced the Windows key in 1994.

26) Update Available to The Snowman's Reaper Scripts for JAWS | Brian Hartgen | Mastodon

REAPER JAWS scripts produced by Jim Snowbarger are updated to build 70. I always use these scripts as they provide so many convenient features especially with Braille.

27) Advantages of Braille and Braille Keyboards | Allyant.com

Knowing how to read and write braille is a valuable skill, especially for people with vision loss who rely on braille to comprehend information and communicate. Braille keyboards and refreshable braille displays are two primary devices people use to read and write braille. This blog post will explore five advantages of braille keyboards (and, by extension, braille itself).

28) VOCR v2.0.0-alpha.3 Recognizes What's Under the VoiceOver Cursor | Chi Kim | Mastodon

VOCR v2.0.0-alpha.3 recognizes what's under the VoiceOver cursor (Command+Control+Shift+V) utilizing GPT-4V.

29) From This Makes No Sense To Full-Time User: My Journey With Android

I am a fairly new full-time Android user, and I wanted to share how I got here. It was not an easy road. There were starts, stops, seemingly insurmountable obstacles, and a great deal of confusion along the way.

30) New NVDA Server on Discord | Adriani Botez | Tech-VI List

Many official places, companies, open source projects, gamers etc. are actively communicating via Discord. Even new innovative products which are backed on crowd funding platforms provide Discord channels to facilitate communication between stake holders. For a very long time now we didn't have the opportunity to create community events due to time constraints but also due to inconvenient way of organizing such events on Team Talk. I decided to donate the nitro level 1 Discord Plan to this community. I have created a Discord server for the NVDA community which I plan to make public after a while.

31) Arndt Tech: New YouTube Channel From Taylor Arndt | Tech-VI List

Dear readers, I hope this message finds you well. I wanted to take a moment to share an important update regarding the future of this YouTube channel.

32) Popular Podcasting App Castro Has Ceased Working, And Domain Is Dead | January 8, 2024 | 9to5Mac

The popular podcasting app Castro appears to have ceased functioning, and the website has gone. The latter appears to be because the domain is no more, as emails also bounce.

33) The Best Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) for 2024 | PCMag.com

Having trouble sorting out which digital audio workstation is right for your music or sound project? We've tested the most popular options to help you choose the best audio editing software.

34) The Top 10 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2024 | MIT Technology Review: Subscription Required

Every year, we look for promising technologies poised to have a real impact on the world. Here are the advances that we think matter most right now.

35) NVDA 2024.1beta3 Available For Testing

36) New Update: GuideConnect 1.27 | Dolphin

37) Sao Mai Braille 24.1.4 Release Announcement | Tech-VI List

38) TWBlue Version 2024.1.5 Has Been Released

39) Speed Dots Tactile Screen Protector Review | AppleVis

40) January 2024 Training Events | Freedom Scientific

41) Accessibility.com Newsletter for December 2023


➜ Featured Surveys


Closing: Ongoing | Surveys From APH

Surveys help inform APH of the greatest needs in the community so they can gear their efforts toward making sure those needs are met. Ongoing APH surveys can be found here.

Closing: January 19, 2024 | Blind And Low-Vision Adults With Experience Using Visual Assistance Applications Needed For Paid Research Study | Blindness Initiatives

We are recruiting participants with experiences in using AI-powered or crowd-powered visual assistance applications (e.g, BeMyEyes, GPT-V, Bard, SeeingAI, AIRA) for a data collection study. This study will involve an onboarding interview (1hr, zoom), data collection (2-5 weeks, using the application that we developed), and an exit interview (1hr, zoom). In the onboarding interview you will be asked demographic and background questions about your experiences using the visual assistance applications and install our applications. For data collection, you have to use our application (a chat interface for asking questions about the photos you take) for at least 2 weeks. Using the application will take less than 5 minutes each day. In the exit interview, you will be asked about your experience of using the application. You will receive digital gift cards of your preferred currency for the completion of the study ($68 for using the application for 2 weeks, maximum $110). To participate, you must be 18 years old or older, be blind or low vision, and use a screen-reader to access your computer or mobile phone. This study has been approved by The University of Texas at Austin Institutional Review Board. You should also be able to utilize zoom or other video conferencing tools to participate in the interview. If you would like to participate, or if you have any questions about the study, please email at minahuh@utexas.edu 📧️.

Closing: January 19, 2024 | Research Survey on the Unique Sensory Experiences of Blind Individuals That are Often Overlooked or Misunderstood | University of Minnesota

Hello. My name is Gina Applebee, and I am a totally blind PhD student. My colleague, Dr. Jesse Breedlove, and I are doing research at the University of Minnesota on the unique sensory experiences of blind individuals that are often overlooked or misunderstood. If you are 18 years or older and have near total or total blindness, we are excited to invite you to take a survey that we created specifically for blind people called the Vision in Blind Experiences Survey, or VIBES. If you are not sure if you qualify as having total or near-total blindness, you are still completely welcome to take this survey. We expect it will take 30-45 minutes. To thank the blind community for volunteering their time, we will have a drawing that participants who complete the survey can enter for a chance to win one of a number of $50 prizes (paid in the form of a prepaid Visa gift card).

Closing: January 19, 2024 | Apply to Participate in a User Study with the United States Federal Government General Services Administration | Carroll Center for the Blind

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Closing: January 31, 2024 | WebAIM Screen Reader User Survey #10

The following survey is a follow-up to previous WebAIM Screen Reader User Surveys. This survey is primarily intended to collect new information and track updates/trends from previous surveys. By completing this survey you will help inform development choices for those creating accessible web content and web standards. All screen reader users, even those who use screen readers only for evaluation and testing, are invited to participate.



January 3, 2024 | AI and the Blind | Nation's Blind Podcast

In this episode of the Nation's Blind Podcast, Anil and Melissa are joined by Gary Wunder, editor of the Braille Monitor, and Aaron Cannon, a blind accessibility specialist for Ancestry.com. They discuss the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in various aspects of life, with feedback from listeners incorporated into the conversation. The discussion touches on AI tools such as Be My AI and ChatGPT, their benefits and limitations, and the broader implications of AI for the blind community and for society. Your thoughts are welcome on social media and at podcast@nfb.org 📧️ or by calling (410) 659-9314 📱️, extension 2444.

January 4, 2024 | Losing Vision as an Artist | Hadley Presents: A Conversation with the Experts

Listen in as artist Chloe Duplessis explains how a degenerative eye disease changed, and didn't change, her life and love of art. "I thought art required sight. I was wrong."

January 6, 2024 | Blind Android Users Podcast | Episode 161, One UI Part 13, Security and More

Our first app bonanza of 2024 will be on January 27, 2024. Please do send in your app demos! Email them to: contactus@blindandroidusers.com 📧️, by January 26, 2024 at the latest. Android Basics: John gives an overview of One UI settings, showing what you can find in the security section. App of the Week: Warren gives us a demo of RScan, which we discussed in episode 159 with its developer, Rastislav Kish. Commentary: Karene demonstrates Jieshuo's relatively new scenario adaptive TTS configurations. Tip of the Week: John walks us through assigning gestures in the Nova Launcher.

January 9, 2024 | Arndt Tech: 30 Days of Python

Arndt Tech is a YouTube Channel that talks about tech. This month, we're doing 30 days of Python.

January 10, 2024 | Eyes on Success Episode 2402: Meet the Host — Nancy Goodman Torpey

The microphone is turned around on Nancy Torpey this week when she is interviewed by Glen Gordon, Software Fellow at Freedom Scientific and host of the FSCast podcast. In this episode you'll learn how Nancy became interested in science, how she and Peter met, her education and career as a female scientist in a male dominated profession, and more.



January 11, 2024 | Career Conversations: An Interview With Claire Stanley, Public Policy Analyst For National Disability Rights Network | APH ConnectCenter

3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 11PM GMT
Join APH CareerConnect for our very popular Career Conversations Series. Claire Stanley, J.D., Public Policy Analyst for National Disability Rights Network, will speak about her work in public policy. Often, people think of having a degree in law and going to court as a lawyer. Claire, uses her voice to influence public policy related to disability issues on the national level. Claire will share her journey from college into her current career working on public policy.

January 11, 2024 | Blind Gaming with Ross Minor | Braille Institute

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 6PM GMT
Ross Minor is one of the leading blind gamers and gaming accessibility consultants in the world. He'll share his life story, the latest and greatest in accessible gaming, and tips for new and experienced blind gamers. Register today.

January 11, 2024 | A Comprehensive Guide to ARC Toolkit | TPGi

9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 5PM GMT
Presenter: Aaron Farber, Senior Accessibility Platform Consultant. Easily scan pages and report accessibility issues with TPGi's free browser extension, ARC Toolkit. This webinar provides a comprehensive overview of ARC Toolkit — it's a must-attend even for those already using ARC Toolkit. Many use ARC Toolkit simply to scan a page, but it does much more than that. ARC Toolkit contains a suite of semi-guided automated accessibility tools — beyond the scan. Attendees learn how to use ARC Toolkit's advanced features to: Scope scan results to specific components on a page. Visualize a page's focus order — and generate compelling screenshots. Test whether a page conforms to WCAG's text spacing requirements. Review a page's ARIA usage -Cover common gaps in test coverage such as CSS background images. This webinar also provides an in-depth comparison of automated accessibility engines — TPGi's exclusive ARC Rules and the open-source, axe-core. We'll review the differences in the findings generated by each engine. We'll also cover the now-obsolete WCAG Success Criterion 4.1.1 Parsing and the impact on automated accessibility findings. The objective is for each attendee to become a master at using ARC Toolkit to understand, test, and solve accessibility on their own sites.

January 11, 2024 | Many Faces of BARD: An Open Forum With the NLS Download Technical Support Team | NLS Bard

4PM PT, 5PM MT, 6PM CT, 7PM ET, 12AM GMT, 1/12
The Many Faces of BARD program on Thursday, January 11, 2024 will be an open forum with the NLS Download technical support team. The team will take questions related to any BARD product. The program will last for one hour. This program will be recorded. Do not speak if you do not wish to be on the recording. If you wish to speak, you may request to do so by raising your hand. On a PC, press Alt Y to toggle raising and lowering your hand; on a Mac, press Option Y; and if dialing in via telephone, press Star 9. To mute or unmute yourself on a PC, press Alt A; on a Mac, press Command-Shift A; and on a telephone, press Star 6. If you choose to dial in to the call, use the telephone numbers provided below. The Zoom.gov ID will not work with standard Zoom.us.

January 11, 2024 | Celebrate Braille Literacy with Focus | Freedom Scientific

9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 5PM GMT
Vispero Presenters: Bill Kilroy, Ron Miller, and Shelly Klure. Summary: Join us for a webinar celebrating braille literacy month with the Focus Braille Displays. Ron Miller will demonstrate Split Braille, how to connect the braille display to a variety of devices and discuss the importance of braille literacy. Don't miss out on this educational hour as we demonstrate live and answer your questions in real-time. Objectives: We will provide an overview of the Focus Braille Displays and show how you or your clients can benefit from the lightweight and compact design. We will demonstrate how to: Connect up to five devices via Bluetooth and one with USB-C cable. Use the Split Braille feature. Improve braille literacy with a refreshable braille display. And much more. ACVREP credits will be available for those who attend the live webinar.

January 12, 2024 | Getting Started with BARD Mobile | Braille Institute

2PM PT, 3PM MT, 4PM CT, 5PM ET, 10PM GMT
Learn how to get free audiobooks from the Braille Institute Library, and get started with the app BARD Mobile, available for smartphones and tablets.

January 12, 2024 | Getting Started with BARD Mobile Workshop | Braille Institute

2PM PT, 3PM MT, 4PM CT, 5PM ET, 10PM GMT
Learn how to get free audiobooks from the Braille Institute Library, and get started with the app BARD Mobile, available for smartphones and tablets.

January 12, 2024 | Discuss Technology & Daily Living Tips in Cantonese | Support Group for Cantonese Speaking VIP | JBVC (Joy Beyond Vision Community)

11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 7PM GMT
A safe platform for Cantonese-speaking individuals experiencing vision loss to come together, learn, and support one another in overcoming life's challenges. Together, we strive to live a life with dignity and purpose. The group meets every Friday at 2pm EST.

January 12, 2024 | VIP Prayer Support Group | JBVC English Speaking Support Group | JBVC (Joy Beyond Vision Community)

6:30AM PT, 7:30AM MT, 8:30AM CT, 9:30AM ET, 2:30PM GMT
A community — for sighted and non-sighted individuals to support each other in facing life's challenges through Bible sharing and praying. Group meets every Friday at 9:30am EST.

January 16, 2024 | Using Screen Reader Testing Tools to Evaluate the Accessibility of a User Journey — Part 1 | TPGi

8AM PT, 9AM MT, 10AM CT, 11AM ET, 4PM GMT
Presenter: Charlie Pike, Platform Success Lead. User Journeys are a great way to segment complex sites and applications for accessibility testing, helping you to prioritize the user experience. This webinar will provide a background to screen reader testing tools and how and where to use them with user journeys in your development pipelines, particularly JAWS Inspect, a dedicated testing tool for JAWS compatibility testing. Using sample user flows, we will demonstrate testing in action, including how to select steps and components for a user journey, the automation options available and the skills and roles required. Future webinars in this series will look at specific types of user journeys in different settings, such as large public websites and software applications. Testing with assistive technologies. JAWS compatibility testing. Selecting user journeys. Testing the accessibility of user journeys. Introduction to accessibility testing.

January 16, 2024 | Envision AI Glasses Workshop | Braille Institute Anaheim Center

3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 11PM GMT
The Envision device with glasses allows people to read printed text without vision, either by taking a picture of the pages or by connecting to the Aira app for assistance. There is also a smart phone app called Envision AI which is free of charge. Andrea de Klotz, an access technology professional and Braille Institute student and volunteer, will demonstrate the device and app. Please call (714) 821-5000 📱️ if you need assistance registering. Registration closes 4PM PT the day before the workshop.

January 17, 2024 | Creating Accessible and Inclusive Presentations | A11yTalks.com

9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 5PM GMT
In this session, we'll go over what we can do as presenters to ensure inclusivity for all our attendees regardless of how they consume the content, beyond the basics of captions and color contrast. We'll briefly cover accessibility definitions, standards, and guidelines and then share practical tips and examples to help make presentation slide decks and the presentations more accessible.

January 17, 2024 | PixBlaster: Enhancing Braille and Graphics with TSS 8.1 | APH ConnectCenter

1PM PT, 2PM MT, 3PM CT, 4PM ET, 9PM GMT
In the next version, Tiger Software Suite 8.1 is set to boost PixBlaster's braille and tactile graphic output. Catch ViewPlus CEO Dan Gardner at the January Partner Showcase, where he'll walk you through the updates and delve into the advantages for braille and tactile graphic production. Register below for PixBlaster: Enhancing Braille and Graphics with TSS 8.1.

January 17, 2024 | Navigating & Editing Text with JAWS (Assistive Technology Webinar) | Access Ingenuity

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 6PM GMT
Are you new to JAWS or want to improve your navigating and editing skills while using the screen reading program? Join Ian Ramos and Marisa Church from Access Ingenuity as they present techniques and strategies to sharpen your navigating and editing text skills with JAWS. We will discuss methods to navigate text, demonstrate commands to develop your editing text skills, and provide you with tools, such as the Find and Find & Replace commands and the navigation quick keys to promote your experience. Learning Outcomes & Zoom Webinar Information: Briefly describe the layout of a window. Discuss Windows and JAWS commands for navigating text. Demonstrate useful commands for editing text. Present the Find, Find & Replace, and the navigation quick keys.

January 18, 2024 | Braille & Beyond | Michael Doise & Jessica Hipp | Wayaround

11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 7PM GMT
At our January webinar, we're talking all things Braille. What can a technology like WayAround do for a Braille user? What are good resources for learning Braille? What if Braille doesn't work for you? Join Michael Doise and Jessica Hipp on Thursday, January 18, 2024 at 2PM Eastern, 1PM Central to discuss how you can combine Braille & digital technology like WayAround to be more efficient, productive, and independent. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is required.

January 18, 2024 | Divide and Conquer: Overcome Challenges with Split Braille and JAWS | Freedom Scientific

9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 5PM GMT
Do you want to learn more about the Split Braille feature in JAWS 2024? Do you want an extensive look at the new functionality it provides? If so — this webinar is for you! Learn about practical scenarios for using it in views such as: Buffered Text. Annotations. Translation Split. Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Teams application-specific views. And much more. ACVREP credits will be available for those who attend the live webinar.

January 19, 2024 | Be My AI Workshop | Braille Institute Santa Barbara

2PM PT, 3PM MT, 4PM CT, 5PM ET, 10PM GMT
The Be My Eyes smartphone app has a new feature, Be My AI, which describes your surroundings like never before, when you take pictures of people, places, and products. We will offer a demonstration of the app and take questions.

January 23, 2024 | Blind Creator's YouTube Video Guide Workshop | Braille Institute Los Angeles

10:30AM PT, 11:30AM MT, 12:30PM CT, 1:30PM ET, 6:30PM GMT
From Access Technology Specialist, Earth Kidkul, you will learn basic techniques she uses when creating video content on YouTube.

January 24, 2024 | JAWS Screen Reader | Access Ingenuity

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 6PM GMT
Learn how we can assist your organization or business. We will discuss the physical products and software we sell, highlight our digital accessibility services, and what types of files and formats the Access Ingenuity team can make accessible. Join Michael Vitagliano and Rachel Reeves from Access Ingenuity as they demonstrate using the JAWS screen reader on a document and a webpage. Learning Outcomes & Zoom Webinar Information: Overview of assistive technology options that include magnification, braille, and screen readers. Dive into the different documents we can make accessible: PDF, InDesign, and more. Discover the online platforms we have experience with, including websites, learning systems, social media, and others. Provide solutions to make videos accessible. Discuss alternative formats, including audio CDs, large print, and braille.

January 24, 2024 | Accessible Apps to Tap in 2024 | Webinar | The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc

4PM PT, 5PM MT, 6PM CT, 7PM ET, 12AM GMT, 1/25
Ring in the new year with an exciting and interactive webinar from The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. In this second installment of our annual "Apps to Tap" series, we'll highlight apps, resources, and features that will help you start this year off on the right foot. We'll explore Obstacle Detector, an app that utilizes Lidar and true depth camera technology to locate and recognize objects. We'll dive into Microsoft To-Do, a completely accessible tool offering a robust suite of features for organizing those New Year's resolutions and task lists. And we'll wrap up with a review of several notable features of the iPhone 15, including the action button, the dynamic island, and the new accessible shut-down sounds. Enhancements, additions, and a few pesky bugs in iOS 17 will also be covered. Come share your comments and questions during this exciting and interactive session. Register now and be part of the conversation as we tap into a year of accessibility and innovation!

January 24, 2024 | U.S. Access Board Meeting and Webcast

10:30AM PT, 11:30AM MT, 12:30PM CT, 1:30PM ET, 6:30 PM GMT
All are welcome to attend the next meeting of the U.S. Access Board, which will be open to the public and take place virtually on January 24 from 1:30 — 3:00 p.m. (ET). The agenda for the meeting includes brief reports from standing and ad hoc Board committees and the Executive Director, federal agency updates, and a guest presentation by Andrew Nielson, Director of the Government-wide IT Accessibility Program in the General Services Administration's Office of Government-wide Policy. Mr. Nielson will provide a briefing on the FY 23 Governmentwide Section 508 Assessment. This report addresses the current state of federal Section 508 compliance and provides a baseline and recommendations for strengthening compliance initiatives and enhancing Section 508 activities across the federal government.

January 31, 2024 | RUBY Handheld Video Magnifiers | Access Ingenuity

10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 6PM GMT
Did you know there are five RUBY models to help with your low vision needs? RUBY handheld video magnifiers provide the help that many people with low vision need to read text and see details. All RUBY models have a crisp, sharp image, high-contrast modes, and built-in LEDs. The streamlined design means RUBY can go with you anywhere, giving you easy access to photos, letters, prescriptions, packaging labels, and menus, even in a dark restaurant. With its broad range of adjustable, undistorted magnification, a RUBY video magnifier outperforms a drawerful of traditional magnifiers. There is even a model that is capable of full-page OCR. With a button, you can scan pages and have them read aloud. Join Ian Ramos from Access Ingenuity and Joe McDaniel from Vispero to discuss the features and benefits of all the RUBY models and the assistance each can give in specific situations. Note that everybody is welcome and can benefit from this presentation. Teachers of the visually impaired (TVI) can earn ACVREP continuing education credit by attending this approved presentation. Learning Outcomes & Zoom Webinar Information: Features of all RUBY models. How to determine the right size for you. How adding speech capability can take you further.

January 31, 2024 | Divide And Conquer — Exploring The Split Braille Feature On Brailliant BI X And Mantis With JAWS | Humanware

11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 7PM GMT
Join Elizabeth Whitaker and Rachel Buchanan from Vispero along with Andrew Flatres and Peter Tucic from HumanWare, for a webinar that will delve into the all-new split braille feature offered in JAWS 2024. Participants will learn how this enhancement offers the ability for a braille display user to view and control content on two screens simultaneously, significantly increasing productivity through multi-tasking. Ranging from analyzing font attributes alongside text in Microsoft Word documents to simultaneously viewing PowerPoint slide content and speaker notes, split braille can vastly improve workflows in any setting. Time will also be allotted for participant questions.

February 20, 2024 through February 22, 2024 | Axe-Con 2024 | Deque Systems

Why attend axe-con? Building accessible digital experiences requires a team effort, across design, development, management, testing, accessibility experts, and of course, legal. Axe-con is the first of its kind, dedicating topics to each of these key players. This is not an assistive technology convention. Talks at axe-con will include case studies from enterprise companies leading in large-scale accessibility efforts, as well as best practices and updates from technology leaders around the world. Attendance of axe-con sessions can also be used towards continuing education (CE) towards IAAP certification. Topics of focus will include accessibility in development, accessibility in design, organizational success with accessibility, and a wildcard track. If you'd like to learn more about previous sessions and speakers, you can view last year's schedule here. Join us to learn how to build, test, monitor, and maintain digital accessibility.

April 8, 2024 and April 9, 2024 | 24th Annual Multiple Perspective On Access, Inclusion & Disability Conference | The Ohio State University — Columbus, Ohio

To be on the mailing list for the conference, send email to: ADA-OSU@osu.edu 📧️

April 16, 2024 through April 17, 2024 | EmTech Digital (UK) Europe | MIT Technology Review's Signature AI Conference

Our best-in-class live journalism, exclusive content, and trusted insights from leading industry experts — now in London. Join us for the inaugural EmTech Digital Europe in April 2024.

May 22, 2024 through May 23, 2024 | EmTech Digital (USA) | MIT Technology Review's Signature AI Conference

Now in its 12th year on the iconic MIT Campus, EmTech Digital is where we gather to determine what the future of AI looks like for business and what it means for society. Join us.


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Are you interested in learning new tech skills and working remotely while earning a competitive salary? At Clusiv.io we have created the world's first digitally accessible e-Learning platform built by the blind, and built for the blind. Visit the link provided and request Clusiv through your Vocational Rehab counselor for lifetime access to our e-Learning platform with courses such as Business Applications, JAWS, and more.

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About: As there are many challenges people in the blind community face in employment and education, Clusiv has built the world's first e-learning platform designed for the blind to provide the training, tools, and resources needed to remove barriers to the modern workforce. Our courses teach you occupational and technology skills you need towards employment. Plus, we are working to connect our graduates to internship and job opportunities. Our courses are remote, self-paced, and we provide support throughout your whole journey through our student success team, and even provide lifetime access to our courses so you can keep up to date as technology evolves. You can request Clusiv training through your vocational rehabilitation counselor and fill out the form in the link below on our website. If you are a counselor wanting to learn more about Clusiv for your clients, or an employer looking to hire Clusiv graduates, click the respective link below and fill out a form to get more info.

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Our world-class refreshable Braille displays deliver efficient Braille input and outstanding output for your PC or mobile device. The robust Bluetooth® connectivity provides seamless use with Windows®, Mac®, iPhones®, iPads®, and Android TM smartphones and tablets. Ergonomic navigation features allow quick, natural hand movements for greater productivity. When used with JAWS® screen reading software, they support our popular Braille Study Mode, an interactive tool for teaching and learning Braille. Learn more today.

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Our Victor Stream Bundle, with leather case, bone conduction headphones, and 256 GB SD card; $625, including shipping; SensePlayer OCR Bundle; same accessories as above; $875, incl. shipping. All 3 accessories for less than the Exec Products case alone! Leather Stream or SensePlayer case, $35; Telescopic Locking 60 and 54 inch titanium canes; $70 and $65, plus shipping; Hands free no-bounce leather pouch, $35; or our original 3 pocket hands-free leather pouch for Be My Eyes or AIRA, $30. Talking Medical Bundle with Leather case; $140 incl. shipping. Zip-around RFID Italian leather wallets; $35.00. Call or email Barry at: (617) 969-7500 📱️ or barry.scheur@gmail.com 📧️. Call or email Kae at: (781) 286-1696 📱️; or guidelightdogs@gmail.com 📧️.

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What We Do: We bring our business either via zoom, phone, or to your conference or convention, to give each customer a chance for questions and where possible, "hands on" evaluation of the merchandise. Kae and I test and use each product as blind users before we put it in our catalog. In the case of products for guide and service dogs, our own three guides, Thor, Debra and Melody, are engaged in the process of evaluating the usefulness, durability, and/or fun of the product. We want each of our products to be useful, accessible, affordable, and, whenever possible, fun! Our inventory is constantly changing, so a visit to us is never the same experience twice!



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Sponsor: Braille Works


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Location: Mayfield Heights, Ohio

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In addition to serving as Publisher for Top Tech Tidbits Aaron also serves as Publisher for the Access Information News Publication and is also the President and Senior Project Management Professional for Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

As Publisher Aaron oversees the weekly distribution of Top Tech Tidbits as a not-for-profit project on behalf of Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

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In addition to serving as an Editor to Top Tech Tidbits, John also serves as an Editor to the Access Information News Publication and is also an attorney-at-law specializing in long-term disability claims for blind and visually impaired persons.

John is also a long-time contractor and member of the Board of Trustees at Mind Vault Solutions, Ltd.

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In addition to serving as an Editor to Top Tech Tidbits, Alex is also an Accessible Technology Coordinator for California State University, Dominguez Hills. He has worked in accessibility in higher education since 2005, is certified by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, and in his spare time plays for the San Gabriel Valley Panthers Beep Baseball Team. He can be reached on twitter at: @samarositz.

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In addition to serving as an Editor to Top Tech Tidbits, Ben is also an Access and Technology Advisor for Guide Dogs, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory (NSW/ACT).

Hi, Tidbits readers, my name's Ben Moxey and I'm based in Newcastle, Australia. I'm really happy to be part of the Tidbits Team and look forward to supporting this valuable publication.

A bit about me and how I came to work in the BVI area. I grew up with very low vision in one eye due to retinal issues and relied on magnification and speech throughout school. They also tried to teach me Braille, but let's just say that I wasn't the best student! I was determined to use my remaining vision, no matter how impractical it was becoming.

When I was 20, the other retina came off and I've now been totally blind for about 21 years. This is when my love for assistive technology, and technology in general, really kicked in. I'll be honest, I was a bit of a computer nerd anyway, but I could quickly see how technology was my key to enhanced independence and lifestyle. I embraced screen readers, early smart phones and mobility aids. I even finally realised the huge value of Braille and finished off the course, though I'm still pretty slow!

Long story short (not one of my strong points), I've worked in the BVI area for 12 years with much of that spent reviewing, recommending and teaching assistive technology that suits the individual. I'm currently a proud employee of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT where I was the Practice Lead for the assistive technology service, and I've now moved into an Access and Technology Advisor role. Basically, this involves a strong focus on accessibility and technology innovation.

Feel free to look me up on LinkedIn, but I'll warn you in advance that I haven't given my profile the recommended attention!

All the best and happy reading!

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Volunteer Editorial Contributor Since: February 6, 2023

Location: Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia

Time Zone: Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST/AEDT) (GMT+10)

In addition to serving as an Editor to Top Tech Tidbits, David also serves as an Editor to the Access Information News Publication and is also the National Commercial Assistive Technology Advisor for Vision Australia where he has worked since 1990. Over this time he has assisted people who are blind or vision impaired in their home, education, and work settings to take advantage of the benefits of using assistive and main stream technology.

In the last seventeen years, he has also been involved with evaluating technology for use by people who are blind or vision impaired covering both low and high tech equipment (including Microsoft, Samsung, Google, Amazon, and Apple). David is also one of the key spokespersons for Vision Australia relating to technology.

He has been an Apple Ambassador for Apple Australia since 2009 with a group of other Ambassadors / Apple Distinguished Educators (ADE)'s covering the range of Apple's Accessibility solutions throughout Australia.

David produces a range of podcasts (since 2011) covering Apple and other technologies which are distributed on his own podcast (http://davidwoodbr.podbean.com). In addition, he also has a regular Talking Tech program (since 2013) which can be heard every Tuesday at 4:30 Eastern Summer Time on Vision Australia Radio Melbourne (available online) or via https://omny.fm/shows/talking-tech-vision-australia-radio.

David also runs a weekly Tech Monday where people can chat about assistive and main stream technology, share information, and any tips and tricks.

David lost his sight when he was 8 years old and had to learn Braille. Since then, he completed high school, went to Sydney University receiving a Social Work degree, spent 4 years drug and alcohol counselling, and then moved into his current job.

As a person who is blind, David believes that as a user of the technology that he recommends to others, that he is well situated to look at the strengths and shortcomings of the assistive technology that he comes across in both his professional and personal life, in particular, mainstream technology that is accessible.

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