Quentin Christensen, Training Material Developer at NV-Access, joins us this week to talk about NVDA, the free open source Screen Reader as well as the state of screen readers in the marketplace today.
It's finally here .. the promised Anniversary Show! We mark our one year anniversary of the podcast by taking a break from our normal subject matter and breaking out the Tequila for a silly, stream-of-consciousness stroll through Memory Lane and any other topic that happens to come up. WARNING: Tequila was involved in the making of this podcast, so some salty language may be included.
This week Rob and Ryan dive into some of last week's most exciting AT-related news stories, including the announcements from Google I/O, a piece of wearable tech that can help control Parkinson's, and whatever else pops into their heads!
This week we get motivated with a great discussion with Marco Pasqua, ambassador from the Rick Hansen Foundation who tells us all about the great work the Foundation is doing helping break down barriers.
Ever wonder what the next generation of touch screens might be like? Listen in this week as we chat with Cedrick Chappaz, CEO and co-founder of Hap2u, a company that is working on bringing haptics to touch screen everywhere.
This week we're cooking up a storm with our very special guest Christine Ha, winner of MasterChef and host of AMI's cooking show, Four Senses. She tells us all about what it was like as a visually impaired contestant on MasterChef, her favorite kitchen gadgets, and some of her favorite meals to cook.