iPhone in Ed roundup (weekly)

  • TwittARound, an application for the iPhone 3GS that uses the GPS, compass and camera to show where Tweets are coming from. As the stunning video below shows, Tweets are overlaid on the landscape, augmenting your view of the world.

    tags: twitter, iphoneined

  • Proloquo2Go™ is a new product from AssistiveWare that provides a full-featured communication solution for people who have difficulty speaking. It brings natural sounding text-to-speech voices, up-to-date symbols, powerful automatic conjugations, a default vocabulary of over 7000 items, full expandability and extreme ease of use to the iPhone and iPod touch.

    tags: iphoneined, accessibilty, speech

  • VoiceOver delivers an experience unlike any screen reader you’ve ever used before. Traditional screen readers describe individual elements on the screen, but struggle to communicate where each element is located or provide information about adjoining objects. This contextual information is very important but typically filtered out by other screen readers. For example, “off-screen” models used by traditional screen readers to represent applications and web pages intentionally strip away contextual information and describe web pages as a list or menu of items. But with VoiceOver on iPhone 3GS, you’ll experience something entirely new.

    tags: iphoneined, accessibilty

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