Assistive technology opens up job opportunities for visually impaired

08/9/2013 | Hawaii Business magazine

Assistive technology that helps people who are visually impaired perform activities independently has greatly improved over the past 20 years, opening up new employment opportunities. Screen-reading technology now includes spoken menus and Web pages, specialized keyboard commands make a computer mouse unnecessary, and cameras in devices can describe color, identify paper money, and read documents and bar codes.

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