Assistive technologies are removing barriers

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Innovative technologies are of great interest to the Zero Project this year. Many have been nominated to our call for nominations on Inclusive Education and ICT.

Last year, when we concentrated on accessibility, we featured different devices, for instance, the free and open source screen reader (NVDA) that operates on Microsoft Windows. It is the second most popular computer screen reader in the world, and the only one that is free and portable. NV Access just released a new version.

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Or have a look at for instance, this kinesic mouse, which you can try for free, if you have a compatible camera.