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Putting the Eye in AI – Part 1

The Austin Lighthouse Trainers are sharing their thoughts about artificial intelligence and how it can enhance the lives of people who are blind. In Putting the Eye in AI – Part 1, they will demonstrate the popular artificial intelligence app, Seeing AI. This all-in-one accessibility app, available through Apple’s App Store, reads texts, identifies money… Continue Reading Putting the Eye in AI – Part 1


IOS Refresh

IOS devices from Apple are very popular in the blind community, so it’s no surprise the Austin Lighthouse Training Team gets frequent requests to share tips and tricks for iPhones, iPads and Macbooks. In IOSRefresh, a webinar brought to you in partnership with Northwest Hills Eye Care, the trainers are doing just that. Plus, they’re… Continue Reading IOS Refresh


Gently Down the Stream

Streaming services give us access to hundreds of movies and TV shows, but how accessible are they for people who are blind or visually impaired? The Austin Lighthouse Training Team has the answer in Gently Down the Stream, a webinar brought to you in partnership with Northwest Hills Eye Care. Be sure to download the… Continue Reading Gently Down the Stream


Cooking With Confidence

The Austin Lighthouse trainers are back with another great webinar brought to you in partnership with Northwest Hills Eye Care. In Cooking with Confidence, our training team shares tools and techniques to help you maneuver safely through the kitchen as you prepare meals. We hope you enjoy the video below. Handout: Cooking with Confidence Webinars… Continue Reading Cooking With Confidence


I Get Around

Navigation apps are great tools to help get you where you need to go. There’s a variety in the mobile app stores for purchase or free download that will give you walking or transit directions, describe what’s nearby or give information about the bus you’re waiting for. In I Get Around, a webinar brought to… Continue Reading I Get Around