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Despite the fact that screens of the well-known tablets are flat and have nothing that can create sensations in the fingers, they will no longer represent a handicap for those with a visual disability. Engineers from the United States have managed to take a step forward towards electronic accessibility. What is a Braille word processor [...]


Since November 2009, Disneyland Resort guests with visual disabilities have had access to an audio description service available on Disney’s Handheld Device that describes visual elements of more than 20 attractions at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks – more fully immersing them into our attractions and storytelling. Today, we are pleased to announce that [...]


The Second Technical Workshop organized by the National Centre for Technology Access (CENTAC), will address accessibility for people with disabilities to DTT and Tablets, through the participation of experts in Information Technology and Communication, both national and European level. Workshop, which will take place June 9 at the Ministry of Health, Social Policy and Equality, [...]