In a preprint paper, Microsoft researchers detail an eye-tracking system that works on virtually any device with high accuracy.
Today, over a million podcasts publish on several platforms and attract tens of millions of listeners. Yet, producers behind the audio-based content are leaving out a large group of content consumers.
Whisper, a startup founded by former Facebook employees, raised $53 million to develop a pair of AI-powered hearing aids.
Creators of Combat Wheelchair Miniatures on the Challenges of Pushing RPGs to a More Inclusive Future
There’s a popular saying in the cosplay community: “Cosplay is for everyone.” This expands to nerd culture as a whole, but sometimes fandoms need a boost. This is where designer Sara Thompson’s The Combat Wheelchair Dungeons & Dragons mod comes int…
Microsoft today announced the general availability of Immersive Reader, a service that enables apps to present text in more digestible and accessible ways.
Autonomous cars hold great promise for people living with disabilities, but carmakers need to prioritize those features in vehicle design.
Intel today detailed a collaborative research project to develop a robotic arm that assists those in wheelchairs with basic tasks.
Ahead of the upcoming official release of Android 11, Google is pushing out a few updates to all Android phones (running Android 6 and above) and it includes some helpful updates to Android Auto, a new Bedtime mode to help you sleep better, enhanced em…
Google’s Lookout accessibility app is now available globally, and it comes with improvements, including U.S. paper currency detection.
The podcasting company Gimlet Media now faces a class-action lawsuit for failing to make its podcasts accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing. In the complaint, filed today in New York, plaintiff Kahlimah Jones argues that Gimlet violates the Americ…