Do you know someone with a visual impairment? Are you trying to learn a little more about conditions for sight loss and how vision can be affected? VisonSim is a good start to discovering some of the ways people can be affected by sight loss.
Aipoly Vision and Tap Tap See do very similar things.
They are object recognise apps for visually impaired, to help someone understand their surroundings. You only need to point your phone or iPad at the object and press a large on-screen button to turn on the artificial intelligence. Brilliant for visually impaired and sighted who can use the app but also help improve it.
If you find you are using the Accessibility settings often or want to easily and quickly be able to make changes, you can include a link to it in the top bar of your mac screen. This post will quickly walk you through it.
A short video to explain how these smart bags work. They are currently available for pre-order from ilyware. There is a video to follow to demo the stand alone version that you can attach to your own bag!
I have launched ilyware for pre-orders in anticipation of the Launch Collection 2016. I am currently offering lower pricing for early interested adopters. The pre orders will enable me to further my research as well as get the products off the ground for the start of the new year. Continue reading LIMiTED: ilyware pre-order discount offer→
It’s been another crazy maker weekend – this time a creative Creator Fair at the Space Centre in Leicester was hosting a creative weekend with makers from around the country. I was showing some of the message bags I’ve been working on over the last many (many many) months and enjoyed talking with people about what I’m doing, why I do it and how they could get started making things too. Continue reading A Creative Creator Fair→