Earlier in November, there was a performance of the play Wait Until Dark at York Theatre Royal. This was a Frederick Knott 1966 suspense thriller that was a movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1967). The main character in it, Susy, is blind. For the tour of the production, for the first time the role of Susy […]
This year the Wilberforce Trust is taking part in Grow Your Tenner, an annual match funding campaign run by Localgiving.
There may be certain settings that you find make things easier on a smartphone, such as Voice Over or Invert Colours. You can easily get to these settings directly without having to find them hidden away in a setting…
Delete an app in iOS while using Voice Over is easy enough to do once you know how. By default when Voice Over is on, it reads the icon that it is on and tells you that double tapping will open it. But what about when you want to delete the app?
Aipoly Vision and Tap Tap See do very similar things. They are object recognise apps for visually impaired, to help someone understand their surroundings. You only need to point your phone or iPad at the object and press a large on-screen button to turn on the artificial intelligence. Brilliant for visually impaired and sighted who can […]