Brian demonstrates the new iPod 4th generation Nano from Apple with speech prompts.
Brian talks about and demonstrates the most recent release of iTunes for the windows operating system with Window-Eyes, JAWS and the upcoming J-Tunes scripts which link JAWS and iTunes together.
We are hosting a two day workshop to introduce people to the basics of writing scripts for JAWS for Windows.
The soon to be released J-Tools product for JAWS for Windows makes it even easier for people to work with word processed documents, Email and especially the Internet. Brian Hartgen from our company and Sue Martin from the Veterans Administration for one hour take you through many aspects of this brand new product.
Podcast listener John Gallagher from Sheffield in this short episode tells us about how easy it is to use the Sonata radio from the wireless for the Blind fund.
During the Sight Village coverage, we briefly mentioned the I-Tel, a device allowing you to access the contents of your iPod. Brian takes a look at this new device.
Listen to our amusing review of Sight Village 2008!
In this presentation, we hear about MAGic V11 from Freedom Scientific together with the Onyx camera.
Staff from Queen Alexandra College in Birmingham talk about the All Formats Charter for the recognition of provision of material in accessible media for visually impaired people.
This is a presentation from Code Factory concerning reading with mobile phones.
To celebrate the international year of reading, the RNIB National Library Service presented the Making Stories Seminar.
AI Squared discuss Zoomtext and the new Zoomware product within their presentation.
Baum talk about their range of Braille displays.
This is a very interesting presentation from the Royal National College for the Blind concerning football for visually impaired people.
This is a presentation from the Royal National College for the Blind concerning Talking Tactile Technologies.
This is the presentation regarding version 3 of Easy Converter from Dolphin Computer Access.
Next week the J-Say Pro 6.1 Feature Pack will be released. The following link points to an audio visual presentation prepared by Sue Martin, a J-Say Beta Tester and Co-Author of the J-Say tutorial.
This is a wonderful opportunity to hear and see, (for those who can), J-Say at work.
Dawn takes a walk with Julian from Humanware, and a number of other visually impaired travellers, around the streets neighbouring Sight Village in order to demonstrate the Trecker Breeze in action.
Scott and Terry sit next to the “beer machine” at Terry’s home and talk about Sight Village 2008.
Remember the lady who appeared during our Podcast of Sight Village 2007, Fiona Dunn! Well, she’s back talking to Terry at the end of Wednesday, second day.
This is the Humanware presentation relating to the Trecker Breeze with lots of audience questions.
This is the presentation from Dolphin Computer Access concerning scripting within version 9 and 10 of their product range.
This is the presentation from Freedom Scientific concerning JAWS and the typeAbility program, designed to improve keyboarding skills. TypeAbility is a new product sold by our company.
Jonathan Mosen from Freedom Scientific describes and demonstrates Pac Mate Omni V6.1.
This is the presentation of the Wireless for the Blind Fund in the UK who tell us about the Sonata, which can deliver spoken word and radio content using the Internet to people who do not wish to use a computer.
This is the presentation from Dolphin concerning the latest version of Hal and Supernova on the Internet.
This is the seminar from GW Micro giving details of Window-Eyes scripting.
This is the seminar from Plextor giving details of their upcoming new DAISY recorder.
Terry talks with a number of people involved with our Sight Village presence this year and takes a walk around some of the exhibition halls, spontaneously catching up with one or two exhibitors along the way.
Terry, Brian and Scott informally talk about the upcoming Sight Village exhibition including what they are looking forward to and what our company will be offering at the event.
Brian takes a walk around the CSUN exhibition hall and interviews a number of company representatives manufacturing interesting products.
Unusually, this is a text post rather than an audio one, written by Brian Hartgen.
Well cSUN is now over and later this afternoon I will fly back to L A. It was great to meet so many people who visited our booth to learn about our products, and I was demonstrating them almost until the end of the third day.
I did find a couple of hours on the Saturday morning to carry out some interviews with representatives of other companies which I hope people will find interesting. In the afternoon, I recorded in our booth some narration to surround the interviews, and it should all edit together very well into a programme. I will produce this on Tuesday and upload it. I tried to focus upon some of the new products from technology companies, and I suspect it will edit down into a 50 to 55 minute programme.
So that is to come later this week and I hope you enjoy it.
Brian and terry talk about new products at CSUN, together with Say-MAGic for low vision computer users.
Brian introduces and records the Freedom Scientific General Session and talks about the ongoing presentations at the Hilton Hotel being delivered by the company.
Terry Tracey an Tracey chat to you from the hotel bar after a long day, reflect on the day, look forward to Brian’s posts and sample the local beverage delights.
We bring you a fascinating presentation from Dolphin Computer Access as they reveal a new scripting language which forms part of version 9 of their product range.
Terry chats from the T&T Consultancy booth around an hour into the start of this year’s exhibits.
As Terry arrives in L A ready for CSUN, we hear from him albeit a little jet lagged!
Terry discusses with Scott ahead of the opening of the new Australian offices, we have the official opening itself and audience reactions.
Terry talks from the hotel room on Tuesday morning prior to opening the new offices in Australia.
Brian took a recording of the opening of the new prestigious UK offices. The first segment was recorded outside the new training suite. The second part was recorded inside the training area, comprising a large room with projector, conference audio speakers, and many work space areas for people to use computers when being trained.
Scott and Terry re-launch the Podcast, discuss what is to come and give details of the new Australian company from T&T.
In this post You can hear a debate we delivered at the Techshare international conference of 2007, concerning the Pac Mate from Freedom Scientific and the Braille Note from Humanware.
In this post we give you the contents of the latest release of Infotech and talk about the status of our new products.
In this post we continue to reflect on Sight Village, talk about the future of the Blog, and we have a little surprise for you!
This is Humanware’s presentation concerning the Victor reader Stream.