Be My Eyes is an app that connects blind and visually impaired with sighted volunteers from around the world via live video call.
Uber Sign Language teaches users how to sign simple phrases in American Sign Language for better communication with drivers who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Modulate uses machine learning to create customizable voice skins, from only second-long clips. Sound like a celebrity; a favorite character; or even a different gender/race; all of these and more are on the tip of your tongue.
Try it for yourself at modulate.ai, and experience the power of your voice unlocked!
Lookout uses computer vision to assist people who are blind or have low vision in gaining information about the world around them.
WeWALK is a smart white cane, increases visually impaired to to move independently.
1. Obstacle Detection: Detects the obstacles above chest level.
2. Phone Connection: Connected with phones via Bluetooth, to get navigation.
3. Open Platform: WeWALK’s features will increase by new integrations like Google Maps, Indoor Navigation, Uber/LYFT.
We are Colorblind is dedicated to making the world a better place for the colorblind. On wearecolorblind.com you’ll find freely available articles, examples and resources on the subject of color blindness.
We also now offer consultancy services, supporting professionals and businesses to get their product right for the colorblind.
Funkify is an extension for Chrome that helps you experience the web and interfaces through the eyes of extreme users with different abilities and disabilities.
It is being developed by a team of usability and accessibility experts in Sweden.
Try Dyslexia Dani and Trembling Trevor.
Envision is a tool that enables visually impaired people to access visual information around them independently. With Envision, they can read documents, street signs, recognise their friends/belongings and much more. Envision Sponsorship is a way to ensure this tool can empower every visually impaired user with a need but without the means.
Minerva is an integrated virtual assistant for the Visually Impaired. It recognizes different objects, detects the currency of different paper bills, identifies the color of objects, reads texts from reading materials, recognizes facial expressions and predicts person’s age and gender, tells weather information, and decodes the labels of products.
We make glasses that let the legally blind see. This breakthrough completely changes the lives of the visually impaired.
AIRA uses augmented reality to connect people who are blind or low vision to a trained professional agent who is dedicated to further enhancing their everyday experience – completely hands-free assistance at the touch of a button.