Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, Avatar: The Way of Water begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they endure.
I just read A Day in the Life: Technology that Assists a Visually Impaired Person through the Day by Bill Holton, which I found extremely interesting, and it looks like there are many items that can be useful to blind people. I'm 59 years old, and I've been legally blind since birth. Over the last several years, my vision has gradually deteriorated to the point where I can see only light and blurred visions of objects. For the past 15 years, I've had type 1 diabetes, which means I must take insulin every day in order to stay alive. Since 2003, I've been using an insulin pump. I have a talking glucose meter, which allows me to independently check my own glucose levels. However, the pump doesn't talk, and I have to rely on hearing the beeps. Most of the times, I have no problem with this, but sometimes I need to see what it says on the screen. If the pump could talk to me, I could tell what the screen says, and I'd know how much insulin I have remaining in my pump. Also, I could check when my last dose of insulin was, and at what time. I could also check the alarm status on the pump. I hope that one day there will be a talking insulin pump available. I like to be as independent as possible. Fortunately, I enjoy good health, and I hope to remain healthy for a long time, 2b1af7f3a8