Learn more about Thunderbird, a free an easy to use accessible email clientPosted on 17-02-2020
In this podcast published February 17th, 2020, Alexandre will be with you to show you the basic of Mozilla Thunderbird, a free accessible email client that can be used with NVDA or JAWS. You’ll see how it is easy to install, how to setup an email account (Gmail) into it, how you can personalize it for a better experience, and some useful shortcuts design to facilitate the navigation.Read more Learn more about Thunderbird, a free an easy to use accessible email client
NVDA 2019.3 is now live, however, pay attention before updating especially if you’re using remote!Posted on 10-02-2020
With the new release of NVDA, which is NVDA 2019.3, the core of this screen was migrated from Python 2 up to Python 3. Well, that’s great, but some NVDA add-on are not ready yet to be used with this version. When updating, you’ll be prompted to check the compatibility of all your add-on, and you may observe that some aren’t.Read more NVDA 2019.3 is now live, however, pay attention before updating especially if you’re using remote!
Learn about NFC tags, a solution that can be used to label items and do much more!Posted on 25-01-2020
In this podcast published on January 25th, 2020 Olivier and Alexandre discuss about NFC tags, which are stickers that you put on objects. These stickers allow you to write text labels on them and having these labels read back to you by your smartphone.
What is NFC? This is the acronym for near field communication. NFC tags are available for sale on different Web platforms like Amazon at a very low cost. Even if these tags are not considered as a specialized assistive product, this technology can help a lot of users who are living with a vision loss.Read more Learn about NFC tags, a solution that can be used to label items and do much more!
The Dot watch, a Braille watch that change the way to interact with your smartphone!Posted on 09-01-2020
In this podcast published January 9th, 2020, Alexandre and Olivier are with you to talk about the Dot Watch. What is the Dot Watch? This is a Braille watch that provides 4 Braille cells, 6 dots each, that can be paired to your existing smartphone (iPhone or Android). Using this watch, you’ll be able to read the time and date, use the stopwatch, the timer, read the notifications received on your smartphone, read memos, see whose calling and decide if you want to answer or decline the call, find your smartphone and much more, all by reading Braille!Read more The Dot watch, a Braille watch that change the way to interact with your smartphone!