This is a list of places where you can get information and services for the blind.
Updated February 14, 2017
AppleVis, Empowering blind and low-vision users of Apple products.
TapTapSee - Blind & Visually Impaired Camera on the Apple App Store, that utilizes the device’s camera and VoiceOver functions to photograph objects and identify them out loud for the user.
Be My Eyes is an iPhone app that lets blind people contact a network of sighted volunteers for help by using a live video chat.
LookTel Recognizer By IPPLEX, on the Apple App Store identifys cans, packages, DVDs, and similar items by storing their images in a library. A barcode scanner is included
Digit-Eyes By Digital Miracles, L.L.C. on the Apple App Store Barcode Reader, hear the names of over 37 million products in their internet based database.
Cool Blind Tech, Assistive Tech News, Reviews and Interviews.
S I Recognizer UMPC, the three-dimensional OCR text reader, the world's first portable system able to recognise flat and solid objects.
The Mac-cessibility Network, Touching the Future, Round Table Podcasts for Apple Accessibility products.
Lioncourt.com with tips for blind and visually impaired Mac users.
Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind, THE SOURCE FOR BLINDNESS NEWS AND INFORMATION SINCE 1907.
Accessible World's Tek Talk podcasts, educating the general public, the disabled community and the professionals who serve them by providing highly relevant information about new products, services, and training opportunities.
ACB Radio, a project of the American Council of the Blind, streams programs up-to-date and relevant information worldwide for persons who are blind or who have low vision, provides programming produced by blind programmers, and a platform on which blind musicians and artists express their talents.
Joey Stuckey's Blind Resources.info.
Bookshare.org, has books available in DAISY and BRF formats.
The National Library Service for the Blind, has books available in audio and braille formats.
National Braille Press, has books in Braille and Portabook files that you can download.
Jamal Mazrui's Empowerment Zone -- helping individuals and communities achieve self actualization and full citizenship.
Larry Skutchan's Blind Cool Tech, an archive of recordings from 2005 through 2012.
out-of-sight voice chat.
American Foundation for the Blind.
American Foundation for the Blind's Access World Magazine covering Technology for People with Visual Impairments.
American Printing House for the Blind home page.
Technology and Software products from American Printing House for the Blind.
The Beyond Radio Network.
The Blindskills Home Page, including Dialogue Magazine's Current Issue Table of Contents
Top Dot Enterprises.com, and Dean Martineau's Top Tech Tidbits for Thursday.
American Council of the Blind.
National Federation of the Blind.
JFW Jaws for Windows Screen Reading Software by Freedom Scientific.
Freedom Scientific podcast.
Window-Eyes screen reading software by GW Micro.
GW Micro - Support - Downloads - Utilities.
NextUp.com - Text to Speech Software with A T and T Natural Voices. Microsoft Accessibility: Technology.
Sight Connections. Accessible Internet Radio, Newspapers and Discussion Lists.
CSUN Center On Disabilities.
Accessible materials for individuals with visual and learning disabilities Learning Ally, formerly Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic.
Brighter Vision Technologies, Web Hosting & development.
Descriptive Video Service, DVS.
web page by Louis Scrivani and Phil Vlasak,
February 14, 2017.