Neil Squire Society’s Makers Making Change is hosting the CrashBang Labs LipSync Buildathon in Regina, Saskatchewan on Thursday, June 28, 2018. At the event, volunteer makers will build an open source assistive device, the LipSync, which will be donated to people with disabilities in the Regina area.
Right now on the iOS app store there are countless talking calculators available for purchase and even some for free. We’ve looked at Talking Calculator in the past, and it does a great job of calculating complex formulas hands-free with full VoiceOver support. For users who are blind, have low-vision, or have learning disabilities that make it difficult to visually process numbers, talking calculators can help level the playing field by giving users the ability to engage in math problems independently.