SeeLight, the app that helping blind people navigate in the city

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SeeLight

SeeLight is a mobile application that allows blind people to orient themselves in the city, especially in areas with a high concentration of traffic. After various researches and communication with and for blind people the Russian agency Hungry Boys has decided to try to solve one of the most important and difficult problems: the orientation and navigation in the city of … Read More

BuzzClip, wearable ultrasound for visually impaired people

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Cover-Buzz

Technology has many purposes, but the most important of all is to improve people’s lives. The founders of iMerciv, a Canadian company based in Toronto, are well aware of this. Since 2014 this company is involved in developing technologies to help people with visual disabilities and, listening to the stories and the daily issues that affect people who are blind, … Read More

Eye Ring, the device that reads for you

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Eye Ring

Eye Ring is more than just a ring. Designed a few years ago by Korean designer Jeong Yong, it is the concept of a scanner reader for blind people. The idea was to allow people to read non-Braille books and to avoid the costs of a normal desktop scanner. Eye Ring has a very simple operation: the outer shell of … Read More