VisionSim; simulator for visual impairments

VisionSim; simulator for visual impairments

Do you know someone with a visual impairment? Are you trying to learn a little more about conditions for sight loss and how vision can be affected? VisionSim is a good start to discovering some of the ways people can be affected by sight loss. If you are a...
How-to: Delete an app in iOS using Voice Over

How-to: Delete an app in iOS using Voice Over

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? Here are 4 simple...
Aipoly Vision versus Tap Tap See: Apps for visual impairment

Aipoly Vision versus Tap Tap See: Apps for visual impairment

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...
Slow Technology: Programming the Interface

Slow Technology: Programming the Interface

This post examines The interface described will be coded using Xcode, using the interface builder (fig. 20) section of Xcode as well as coding the elements that will not be immediately visible on screen (fig. 21). Figure 20 Interface designed elements in Xcode....
Slow Technology: Last Planet

Slow Technology: Last Planet

Last Planet is introduced as a retail solution designed to increase dwell time, reflection and interaction. The project set out to investigate the use of Slow Technology[1] (ST) in a retail environment, this is a point of departure from a study (Boehner et al 2005)...