Aira Visual Interpreter is a service that uses a mix of human intervention and live video streaming technology to provide real-time assistance to the blind
Accessibility features are being incorporated in Google Maps so that when you check out a place you can know if the place is wheelchair accessible or not
A former racing car driver rendered paralysed by a car crash has become the first quadriplegic to get a US drivers license for a driverless car.
Obi is a robotic food tray or a dinner plate that can feed a disabled person once it has gone through initial training, using a spoon.
This is the video of a robot that walks and swims like a salamander, designed by the scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Wouldn’t it be great if we could have power wheelchairs that could climb stairs? The technology is there, it’s just that it hasn’t yet become mainstream.
You will soon be able to get a completely customised 3-D printed wheelchair in case you need one for yourself.
In a settlement for discrimination against blind persons, Uber is having to pay $225,000 to the National Federation for the Blind