Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Talking Tech for Jan 18 and Feb 2 2016

Both of these programs we discuss what caught our attention in 2015.

 

Over the Dec/Jan period, talking tech did an interview with Dr Robert Carter and Jonathan Mosen.

 

Go to the following webpage of Talking Tech to listen to these interviews:

 

http://talkingtech.podbean.com

 

Now for the list of items that caught our attention.

 

ABC iView audio description trial.

 

Apple watch.

Apple Magic Keyboard.

iPhone 6s/6s plus extending Force Touch (3d Touch).

Apple Smart Battery case for iPhone 6s.

Apple music.

Apple tv 4th generation.

iPad pro.

Apple pay.

 

Audio Described Movies on iTunes:

Note - as of Feb 20 2016, there are over 25 Audio Described movies in the iTunes Store, and you can search by “AD”, “Audio Description”, “Audio Descriptions”, “Video Description” or “Video Descriptions”: works very nicely: following is just a sample of some of the audio described movies: both dedicated AD movies and movies with AD tracks.

 

Brave (For blind viewers),

Cars 2 (For blind viewers),

finding-nemo (for Blind Viewers),

monsters inc (for Blind Viewers), and

Up (for Blind Viewers).

 

Ant-Man.

Home.

Far from the Madding Crowd.

Kings-man:  The Secret Service.

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.

Spy.

The Martian.

 

Netflix Audio Description now working again on the Apple tv 4th generation.

 

Vision Australia Webinars:

Dreaming of Streaming, and 

Summer Reading.

 

Vision Australia Connect app for Android and iOS to access Vision Australia online library service (I-Access).

 

Victor Reader Stream supports I-Access.

 

Microsoft Windows 10.

 

KNFB Reader, and Voice Dream Reader now supporting Android.

 

NVDA Remote support functionality.

 

Prodigi 12 Connect (Android based video magnifier).

 

Freedom Scientific and Optelec joining.

AI Squared and GWMicro joining.

Zoomtext Fusion.

 

Twitter for Mac (just made it in on the 31st of December Aussie time).



 

 

Both of these programs for Jan 18 and Feb 2 2016, we discuss what caught our attention in 2015.

 

Over the Dec/Jan period, talking tech did an interview with Dr Robert Carter and Jonathan Mosen.

 

Go to the following webpage of Talking Tech to listen to these interviews:

 

http://talkingtech.podbean.com 

 

Now for the list of items that caught our attention.

 

ABC iView audio description trial.

 

Apple watch.

Apple Magic Keyboard.

iPhone 6s/6s plus extending Force Touch (3d Touch).

Apple Smart Battery case for iPhone 6s.

Apple music.

Apple tv 4th generation.

iPad pro.

Apple pay.

 

Audio Described Movies on iTunes:

Brave (For blind viewers),

Cars 2 (For blind viewers),

finding-nemo (for Blind Viewers),

monsters inc (for Blind Viewers), and

Up (for Blind Viewers).

 

Ant-Man.

Home.

Far from the Madding Crowd.

Kings-man:  The Secret Service.

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.

Spy.

The Martian.

 

Netflix Audio Description now working again on the Apple tv 4th generation.

 

Vision Australia Webinars:

Dreaming of Streaming, and 

Summer Reading.

 

Vision Australia Connect app for Android and iOS to access Vision Australia online library service (I-Access).

 

Victor Reader Stream supports I-Access.

 

Microsoft Windows 10.

 

KNFB Reader, and Voice Dream Reader now supporting Android.

 

NVDA Remote support functionality.

 

Prodigi 12 Connect (Android based video magnifier).

 

Freedom Scientific and Optelec joining.

AI Squared and GWMicro joining.

Zoomtext Fusion.

 

Twitter for Mac (just made it in on the 31st of December Aussie time).

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