Category Archives: Blind

Tap (one-handed keyboard)

Tap is an alternative one-handed wearable keyboard, which allows you to control your smartphone and other Bluetooth devices by tapping your fingers on any surface including your own body. You may find this alternative one-handed keyboard suitable for individuals with … Continue reading

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OrCam MyEye 2.0

OrCam MyEye 2.0 device is a smart camera about the size of a finger and a microphone attached to a pair of glasses. The device can read printed materials such as books menu, labels, and signs. When the user points … Continue reading

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Smart cane (Smartcane)

Canes for the blind are one of the necessities and mobility aids for the visually impaired. A blind person can travel with a cane and use the cane to detect obstacles on ground, but a cane cannot detect objects such … Continue reading

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