Using a smartphone as a light detector

London Vision's Assistive Technology Adviser, Graham Page, shares his knowledge of the best smartphone apps visually impaired people can use as a light detectorRead more

Seeing AI app review

Have you heard of the Seeing AI app? London Vision's Assistive Technology Adviser, Graham Page, reviews the Seeing AI app for blind and partially sighted peopleRead more

Amazon Echo vs Google Home: Which is better for blind and partially sighted people to use?

It's the battle of voice assistants! London Vision's Assistive Technology Adviser, Graham Page, compares the Amazon Echo and Google Home and gives his opinion on which voice assistant is better for visually impaired people to useRead more

Top 3 Amazon Echo skills

London Vision's Assistive Technology Adviser, Graham Page, reveals his top 3 Amazon Echo skillsRead more

Polk Boom Bit Bluetooth Speaker

Can you use a bluetooth speaker to increase your independence? London Vision reviews the Polk Boom Bit Bluetooth Speaker and how it can be used to help blind and partially sighted people find their way around independently using GPS navigationRead more

Accessible radios for blind and partially sighted radio listeners

London Vision's Assistive Technology Adviser, Graham Page, shares his knowledge of the latest accessible radios for blind and partially sighted radio listenersRead more

In Your Pocket review

The In Your Pocket device allows the user to listen to talking books, podcasts and more! London Vision's Assistive Technology Adviser, Graham Page, has written a review of the In Your Pocket.Read more