[Athen] app recommendation
justinr at disability.tamu.edu
Tue May 22 11:49:41 PDT 2018
Check out Soundscape (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/product/soundscape/) by Microsoft. Initially born out of research, Microsoft has developed an accessible wayfinding solution that gives nonvisual travelers auditory feedback as they do point-to-point travel or explore open spaces. The app does a great job of announcing nearby points of interest, intersections and pre-determined destinations. Best of all - it's a free app!
Justin Romack | Assistive Technology Coordinator
Disability Services | Texas A&M University
1224 TAMU | College Station, TX 77843-1224
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From: athen-list [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman12.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Robert Beach
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2018 7:43 AM
To: Access Technology Higher Education Network (athen-list at u.washington.edu) <athen-list at u.washington.edu>
Subject: [Athen] app recommendation
I'm looking for recommendations of way finding apps that visually impaired students can use to program in routes, especially thinking about programming routes across campuses. Also, any other navigational app recommendations would be appreciated as well. Well shucks, as far as that goes, any recommendations for apps for visually impaired students would be good. Of course I know about Read2Go, ?Voice Dream, Go Read, HEARD, COGI and the readers from NLS, Amazon, Apple and B&N. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
Robert Lee Beach
Assistive Technology Specialist
Kansas City Kansas Community College
7250 State Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66112
Email: rbeach at kckcc.edu<mailto:rbeach at kckcc.edu>
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