The holiday season brings along gifts, good tidings and of course awards shows. Before we phase out the year that was, and observe the tradition of the MoonPie dropping over Mobile As we do every December, we collected the highlights of the year s Blindness and Low Vision Assistive Technology news and pressed it into a giant scrapbook. BBQ Crew members J.J., Joe, Shelly Brisbin, Scott Davert And Lisa Salinger have some thoughts about what transpired in 2019? And they were silly enough to make wild guesses about what 2020 may hold as well. Check out the show notes for BBQ 204 to read more about what news made our list of emerging trends and big stories.
We'll be honest, and in full disclosure as this company was one of our Convention Coverage Sponsors, we didn t realize just how much APH brought to the news cycle until we started gathering up the download numbers and search results. From the launch of Code Jumper to Braille Blaster, the team in Louisville was making moves in 2019. It's a story that we didn't mention on our wrap up podcast, however, we thought that it needed an honorable mention based upon the list of stories below and the number of downloads we observed from the most popular recordings from our Convention Coverage.
APH interviewed by Alison Sheridan
Microsoft helps Blind/VI children to develop an interest in coding from a young age with Code jumper
Jupiter Ascending For APH And Portable Magnification
Nearby Explorer Turns A Corner To Become Access Explorer
Demonstration: Indoor Navigation With Bluetooth Beakons
#CSUNATC19 Sponsored Audio: APH Is Bringing The Community Together To Impact The World At Large
#CSUNATC19 Audio: Row, Row, Row your Code Jumper
#Sponsored Convention Audio: APH Creates A Fun Pathway To STEM With Code Jumper
Latest Braille Blaster includes Graphics Support, LaTeX Math Features
APH Taps Humanware For Partnership Of Code Jumper
More Features, No Cost: Nearby Explorer Upgrades are Coming
Code Jumper wins CES award for best app inovation
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Joe Steinkamp is no stranger to the world of technology, having been a user of video magnification and blindness related electronic devices since 1979. Joe has worked in radio, retail management and Vocational Rehabilitation for blind and low vision individuals in Texas. He has been writing about the A.T. Industry for 15 years and podcasting about it for almost a decade.