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Podcast 1329 July 27, 2013 : Helping the Blind See with Their Ears

Show Notes:

Hearing is Seeing

Podcast 1329 July 27, 2013 Ted Lennox, our veteran technologist for the blind, introduces Robert Pakko, young inventor of audio aid for the blind.  The eleventh grader at Dearborn High School has developed sound object identifier to let you know when there is something in front or to the side of a person.  The signals provide a different musical note depending where an object is located.

Helping blind learn to use computer technology: Contact John Whitacre at

Google Glasses Help the Autistic

Paul Louden, a 30 year old Asperger’s Syndrome adult from Houston ,was selected as one of the bold creative individuals to test out the new Google Glass. Paul has his own radio broadcast, called Understanding Autism and will talk about how the Google Glasses can help the autistic.

Mike BrennanWeekly feature with Mike Brennan, editor and publisher of, highlighting technology headlines from Michigan and around the world that impact of our state’s growing high tech sector.

This week we launch our co-branded MiTechNews Newsletter in collaboration with the Internet Advisor.

“MITechNews.Com would like to thank Mophie.Com, the maker of the iPhone juice pack,  for helping make possible

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