This is a 2-month-old article just brought to my attention by Scott Santens, an advocate for Universal Basic Income. What is happening right now is Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) has made a bold proposal that has some roots in Basic Income but using the tax code to effect it (Lowrey, 2018 para. 2).
Caveat: Some platforms do not include voice capabilities natively.
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Finally, Google is joining the Disability club that Microsoft has been at for a while now. Mind you, I tend to follow what Microsoft does closer than Google, but all platform vendors are welcome to the party, even Apple!
As part of Disability Awareness Month, a look at our efforts around accessibility and the work of the Central Accessibility Team.
also crossposted from HerbieD #a11y my Tumblr blog specifically for accessibility.
Inspiration. Tech companies want to highlight their stories on how their products make events like this possible. Microsoft lives this reality and is uniquely positioned to make it happen. I am so glad that they chose this route, and accelerated it with Satya Nadella at the helm.
Most of this technology that is used in gaming and accessibility ultimately has its roots in the Kinect sensor, essentially gone but not forgotten. Doing backgrounder work on this topic, obvious to me that these sensors allow the software to interpret what is seen and can act upon it, without being called out as such. Down the road as the Virtual Reality market matures, devices like this will be as ubiquitous as smartphones and touch screens are today. Devices such as the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C are an interim step prior to the aforementioned VR.
also posted to my a11y blog @ Tumblr.