Computer vision


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TapTapSee is designed to help the blind and visually impaired identify objects they encounter in their daily lives.

Simply double tap the screen to take a photo of anything, at any angle, and hear the app speak the identification back to you (Note: Spoken identification requires VoiceOver to be turned on).

TapTapSee helps the blind and visually impaired become more independent in their day-to-day activities.


TapTapSee interface image

TapTapSee is designed to help the blind and visually impaired identify objects they encounter in their daily lives.

Simply double tap the screen to take a photo of anything, at any angle, and hear the app speak the identification back to you (Note: Spoken identification requires Talkback to be turned on).

TapTapSee helps the blind and visually impaired become more independent in their day-to-day activities.

Fuente: CamFind Inc.


CamFind logo

With CamFind, understanding the world around you has never been easier. Simply take a picture of any object and CamFind uses mobile visual search technology to tell you what it is. The CamFind app provides fast, accurate results with no typing necessary. Snap a picture, learn more. That’s it.

It's all powered by our CloudSight image recognition API, so the same technology can be included in your next big idea.

Source: Corporate website


iDentifi interface image

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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iDentifi's mission is to help the 285 million people afflicted with visual impairments by providing useful, affordable, and innovative technology that gives them a greater level of independence in their daily lives.

And most of all — putting this technology in their hands for free.

Source: Corporate website


Artificial vision icon

Computer vision is an interdisciplinary field that deals with how computers can be made for gaining high-level understanding from digital images or videos. From the perspective of engineering, it seeks to automate tasks that the human visual system can do.

Source: Wikipedia


Aipoly Vision app image

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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We are a team of seriously ambitious engineers and entrepreneurs on a mission to build scalable vision intelligence. We work towards a future where devices and machines see and understand the physical world we live in, enabling us to assign the world's most tedious tasks to artificially intelligent agents.

Aipoly has helped over 200,000 people with visual impairment explore the world through Aipoly Vision, won 12 national and international awards including the CES2017 Best of Innovation Award and our team was received by two heads of state.


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eSight is a world class technology company focused on solutions for the legally blind, including eSight eyewear, intelligent eyewear that helps people with low vision lead more independent lives at home and at work.

eSight was founded by Conrad Lewis, a Canadian technology entrepreneur. Personally touched by the profound impact of Stargardt’s Disease on two of his sisters, Mr. Lewis assembled the best possible team of engineers and vision specialists to apply the latest technology to low vision and create eSight eyewear.


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