Visual impairment


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The "BrailleNote Touch 18" interface is easy to learn for both students and teachers...


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Through dedication and innovation, Second Sight's mission is to develop, manufacture and market implantable visual prosthetics to enable blind individuals to achieve greater independence.


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The BrailleNote Touch interface is easy to learn for both students and teachers...


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Relumino is a visual aid app for people with low vision. By running the Relumino app after connecting the mobile phone to the VR device, the world will be seen more clearly through the rear camera of the mobile phone.

Source: Samsung Electronics


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NV Access is pleased to announce that version 2017.3 of NVDA, the free screen reader for Microsoft Windows, has now been released. Highlights of this release include input of contracted braille, support for new Windows OneCore voices available on Windows 10, in-built support for Windows 10 OCR, and many significant improvements regarding Braille and the web.

Source: Continues on the original news


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To provide the most effective assistive technology solutions to people with a visual impairment, reading or learning difficulties and to support them in the efficient use of these solutions.

Sensotec was founded in 1986 as a company active in the development of aids for blind children, their parents and teachers in mainstream education.
We have since grown into a business with 38 employees, operating from 3 sites.


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iDentifi is an app that empowers visually impaired individuals to gain more independence in daily tasks like grocery shopping, self-navigating in indoor environments, and reading. It uses artificial intelligence to enable a visually impaired user to click a photo of virtually any object or piece of text, and then speaks aloud a description of the object in an image or dictate any text in the image to the user. Furthermore, all of the app's functionality works in more than 25 languages.


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Aipoly Vision is an object and color recognizer that helps the blind, visually impaired, and color blind understand their surroundings. Simply point your phone at the object of interest and press any of the recognition buttons at the bottom of the screen to turn on the artificial intelligence.

Aipoly Vision will keep running and recognizing objects until you switch to a different mode, or toggle the recognition button.

Aipoly Vision can recognize 1,000 essential items for free, and many more through a subscription.


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NV Access is pleased to announce that version 2017.1 of NVDA, the free screen reader for Microsoft Windows, has now been released. Highlights of this release include reporting of sections and text columns in Microsoft Word; Support for reading, navigating and annotating books in Kindle for PC; and improved support for Microsoft Edge.

Source: Continues on the original news


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Large Print Keyboard's offered by LogicKeyboard™ is perfect for those individuals who are having a hard time seeing the existing commands on their keyboards. By offering a bigger and bolder typeface, the keys become easier to see. These keyboards are designed to assist the user who has a vision loss condition.

Source: LogicKeyboard


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