Art And Tech Intersect
On this week's pod, Clare McLaughlin, an artist from Ireland, joined us to discuss her project, Seen – Unseen and we interviewed Brendan Lewis from RealThing AI to talk about their new offering RealSAM.
Welcome to episode 78 of the Blind Tech Guys. We trust you will enjoy the latest episode of the pod. Thank you to all of you for listening, and your support means so much to us. We are now heard in nearly 80 countries, 47 states, and Washington DC.
What’s New In The News
- Learn to Use VoiceOver on Your iPhone: a Beginner’s Guide
- Android 12 Developer Preview 2 is out
- Starbucks partners with technology company to make stores more accessible to blind and visually impaired customers
Clare McLaughlin, an artist from Ireland, joined us to discuss her project, Seen – Unseen, and discussed upcoming events with us.
- Check out Clare’s blog and website
- Check out Shakeloose by Carmen Millar St Patricks Day program
- To find out more, or to sign up for future events, send Clare an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We interviewed Brendan Lewis, President and Director of Business Development, with RealThing AI. RealSAM is a collection of actions
For the Google Home smart devices, and skills for Amazon Echo devices, to help blind and vision impaired individuals access various libraries. RealSAM Pocket is a phone-like device which does the same thing, and is available in the UK.
- Check out the RealSAM Pocket website to learn more about this service.
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