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Be My Eyes

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Chummy

The simplest way to ask for help and pay it forward ❤️

Chummy is an American social network of reciprocal help for kind, friendly and socially responsible people. It engages users to help each other and perform random acts of kindness daily. Like the real world Bat Signal, we unite caring individuals who enjoy paying it forward and making the world a better place. Literally 😇

Your Mark On The World
John Popel joined me to tell me about his new app, Chummy, that helps you ask for help when you need it and give help when you can. It is available both in app store for IOS devices and in Google Play for Android devices. Interview with John Popel, the Head of Growth of Chummy.
CHUMMYAPP.COM
Seattle, WA - December 12, 2017 - Chummy, an urban social network startup headquartered in Los Angeles, today announced the launch of its mobile app in Seattle and company's new branch office in Shoreline. Chummy social app connects people who need help with those who are nearby and ready to lend a hand.
Forbes
Meet Anton Zapolskyi, Vitalii Betin and John Popel, key people behind Chummy, the simplest app to ask for help and pay it forward. I connected with Chummy co-founders to talk about social responsibility, human kindness and startup life. Tomas Laurinavicius: What's your elevator pitch?
Forbes
The late year has done well to show us that the world could use a little, okay, a lot more empathy. As 2017 comes to a close and a new year dawns nearer, some startups from Silicon Valley have taken it upon themselves to make sure it's a good one.
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DayNight

Daytime & nighttime awareness for the blind 🌚 🌞

DayNight is designed to help the blind and visually impaired with day and night awareness by scheduling notifications at sunrise and sunset.

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Camera for the Blind

2C3D tactile camera for the blind

The camera creates 3D photos and videos and has a 3D screen. The screen, inspired by "Pin Toy," is built by numerous 3D pixels that shift depending on the photo to forms the 3D shot on the screen surface (giving the term "touch screen" a new and more literal interpretation).

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WeWALK

A new smart cane for the visually impaired

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.

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Description WeWALK is an innovative smart cane to the visually impaired. Move through the world more independently via: Smartphone Integration, Advanced Obstacle Detection, Alexa Enabled, Open Platform for Endless Practical Skills.
Wonderful Engineering
One of the most common methods that the visually-impaired people use to move around is the white cane. However, every technology always has room for improvement. Young entrepreneurs at the Young Guru Academy (YGA) in Turkey believe that they can improve the existing white canes and have partnered up with the electronics company Vestel in order to do so.
Springwise
An integrated smart cane uses ultrasonic sensors to alert users of obstacles and to allow independent mobility for visually impaired. 8 Jun 2018 Technology as a tool to change people's lives is one of the great achievements of innovation. While guide dogs were once the main tool to assist the visually impaired, new creations are helping along the way.
Steemit
Revolutionary Smart Cane for the Visually Impaired Did you know that? According to the 'WeWALK' team, There are about 10 million visually impaired people in the US alone and 250 million people in the world. And 'WeWALK' is for all those people. It started from an international non-profit organization called YGA(Young Guru Academy).
Applevis
Hello everyone, We are a non-profit organization called YGA and centered in London and Istanbul. Our main focus area is to develop innovative Technologies for the blind. We are currently developing a smart cane for the blind called WeWalk. WeWalk has three main features: 1.
COOL BLIND TECH
A non-profit organization called YGA, located in London and Istanbul is developing a smart cane for the blind called WeWalk. WeWalk has three main features: It will be able to detect obstacles that are above the chest and head levels through its ultrasonic sensor. Smartphone integration.
Newatlas
A cane that gets tapped along the ground is certainly a great help to the visually-impaired, but is there room for improvement? The entrepreneurs at Turkey's Young Guru Academy (YGA) seem to think so, which is why they partnered with electronics company Vestel to create the WeWALK Smart Cane.
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Forest - Put down your phone and stay focused. Or a tree will die. 🌳😵
"Awesome idea, have to check this one out!"
Dark Sky - Weather app that predicts when it will rain or snow
"Best weather app I've ever used. Crazy accurate an beautiful local radar. Notifications in advance of rain."
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