Stevie Wonder Wants More Vision-Free Gadgets For The Blind

Mr. Stevie Wonder urge manufacturers to create more "Vision-Free" gadgets for the blind. Mr. Wonder has praised Apple for their new Apple Nano iPods speak the names of titles in music libraries and feature trademark circular control panel that is simple to navigate by touch. He seeks a device that will listen to snippets of music he happens to hear and then automatically tell him the titles and artists. Over the weekend, Wonder handed out Vision Awards to select CES devices for helping the visually-impaired take advantage of digital-age wonders. "This technology can not only be great for blind people but for people in general," Wonder said. "Anything that is more accessible for us is great for everyone."


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