How technology helps blind people

Blind people are increasingly independent. New technologies don’t stop working on finding improvements on their life. We want to introduce you this video, thanks to TedTalks. Blind since the age of 14 Chieko Asakawa is a japanese, who is blind since the age of 14 after a pool accident. Now, she’s a great computer scientist, worried about improving the daily life of blind people. She wants to be more independent and she’s working hard on it, as we can watch in the video. She leads the development in advancing web accessibility including digital Braille and voice browsers. The government of Japan awarded the 2013 Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon to Dr. Asakawa […]

Keyboard: change the way you type

Keyboard is essential in your day to day. I guess, many times a day. Typing in our smartphone has become a routine for everyone. Some people use voice messages or a kind of keyboard that detects your voice and converts it to text. It gets what you want to write, or something similar… We want to talk about a different way of typing. For those who don’t know yet, there are multiple predictive text keyboards with continuous gesture typing. They completely change the way you type. Many people could think your playing around or just cleaning your screen, but actually you’re typing a message faster than them. Keyboard for iOS […]