Access technology such as Freedom Scientific's JAWS for Windows screen reading software enable the blind to use mainstream computer applications. Most legally blind people (70% of them across all ages, according to the Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind) do not use computers. Only a small fraction of this population, when compared to the sighted community, have internet access. This bleak outlook is changing, however, as availability of assistive technology increases, accompanied by concerted efforts to ensure the accessibility of information technology to all potential users, including the blind. Linux distributions (as Live CDs) for the blind include Oralux and Adriane Knoppix, the latter developed in part by Adriane Knopper who has a visual impairment. The Macintosh OS also comes with a built-in screen reader, called VoiceOver. The movement towards greater web accessibility is opening a far wider number of websites to adaptive technology, making the web a more inviting place for visually impaired surfers. Experimental approaches in sensory substitution are beginning to provide access to arbitrary live views from a camera.
There are numerous websites that will promote and assist people in blind dating services. These websites include CrazyBlindDate by OkCupid, BlindDatingOnline, BlindDatingBlind and EspadaMate.
Not all blind people use cell phones but I bet at least 40% of blind people use cell phones.
It is a cane blond what blind people use.
No. Most people who are blind prefer to use a blind cane to aid in avoiding obstacles.
People use it to create websites
It raises awareness and it helps blind people to read using their fingers
louis braille taught blind people how to use braille by gathering some blind people and asking them what they felt on the dots and then told them what that letter, number or word was.
Some blind people use a stick to find where they are going. Some use their ears and they sometimes use their noses to smell what food they are eating. Blind people are pretty talented. Mos blind people where glasses so you can't see their eyes. Some also use guide dogs - which are soo cute hope this helps
Some blind people are known to have learned it.
Blind people use Braille, deaf people are not visually impaired
The use of the blind taste tests can keep people buying what people sale. They are conducted with the use of the people who do seek to select & try it without name of the selection on it.