This Weeks Theories Week 27 2019


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I am still looking for volunteers to sit on the panel of my accessible streaming software app to discuss the wants and needs for the app so if you are interested, please email me. Also, last week, OBS finally got back to me regarding the accessibility issues with their desktop application and asked me to create a video so they can see what’s going on and how they can make it accessible for us. So it looks like OBS will be accessible some time in the future which will be nice that way people can have a choice on what app they want to use.
In the meantime, I have found out that Zoom Pro can in fact broadcast to YouTube and Facebook. Thank you Jake Cowen and Juan Morales for suggesting I look into this. Zoom Pro works much better than Google Hangouts and if any of you consider monetizing your channel in the future, I would look into Zoom Pro until SOS, Stream On Sight, is launched which brings me to an update for SOS. I haven’t heard anything from the volunteer that said he would create the app for us but I still have hope that he is on board so stay tuned for updates to SOS.

The past week’s uploads:

Blind Gamer Saturday Reviews
A Blind Legend – This game places you during the Medieval times and you are Edward Blake, a blind knight that is trying to rescue his kidnapped wife with the help of his Daughter guiding him along the way through spooky forests, frozen lakes, demon infested villages, and much more. This particular game uses 3d sound and you are supposed to react by swiping in the direction of the goal. Check out my full review here.

Blind Gladiator – This game is awesome! Much more challenging than A Blind Legend with more possibilities as far as enemies attacking you differently each time making it harder to predict using patterning. Set in ancient Roman times where you are an up and coming wannabe gladiator. Explore different city states in Rome by visiting the weapons black smith, the armory, rest at the Inn, and earn credits by practicing in the duel arena. Then when you got the guts, head to the battle arena and try out your skills. You can check out my full review here.

Audio Poetry Sundays – The Cave
Here is my next installment of another audio poetry narrated by yours truly. This was requested by a subscriber as well. Check out the depths of my cave here.

I am very excited that I found this application called Farrago by Rogue Ameba. This is a completely accessible application for Voice Over users and it is very easy to learn and set up. Quick at your finger tips sounds and music of your choice. You load the tiles, control the volume and fades, and have a professional sounding PodCast or live stream. Check out Farrago review here:

Many of you have been waiting for the special unveiling of serenity and it is finally here! I didn’t get to do the special unboxing like I wanted so I did a live stream unboxing instead and this piece by Amy is just amazing and I can’t thank her enough for this tactile painting of her natural surroundings. Thank you so much Amy and here is the link to the live stream unveiling.

Can a blind man guess what people look like accurately? Well, you let me know. In this weeks episode of What Do They Look Like, I try to guess Naomi Scott also known as Princess Jasmine from the new Aladdin movie. Watch my guess here:

Product Review – Contour Shuttle Pro V2. Video and Audio editing device.
This mouse is an amazing little add on to your studio and I do recommend it if you are like me and spend hours upon hours editing where your wrists eventually hurt. This gets your hand away from the keyboard with completely customizable key configurations to suit your needs. Check out the full review here:

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