15-minute video: technologies for vision impairments
Webpage: Accessibility in Internet Explorer 10
Product overview: TalkingTILES AAC app

Video: Inspiring future technologies for everyone
"A Family Day Out" demonstrates concepts for innovative technologies to enrich the lives of people with vision impairments. Microsoft and the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association are working to make them realities within two to five years.

Accessibility in Internet Explorer 10
Learn about settings and features in Microsoft's newest web browser that can help you move around pages more easily and quickly, make webpages easier to see, and customize how it works with your screen reader and voice recognition software.

New AAC app helps people with autism
TalkingTILES is a cloud based augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app that runs on Windows. People with autism and other communication disorders can program it with personalized symbols and visual words.

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