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CCVIP took The Seeing Eye GPS App on a road test. Gus Chalkias and Lynnette Tatum used the app's "Getter Warmer" feature to navigate the streets of New York. They mapped out a course from Baruch College to a location on Third Ave. south of 23rd St.--just a few blocks away. How did they make out? Have a look and see. Link to the app: http://goo.gl/cXKpcS
Source: CCVIP Looks at The Seeing Eye GPS - YouTube
At CCVIP's November 2013 Demo Center event, instructor Lynne Tatum demonstrates how the Qube creates an accessible twitter interface.
Download at http://www.quartzprojects.co.uk/download/
Source: Let's Get Social: Twitter and the Qube
Braille Institute's VisionSim (v3.0) app for iPhone and iPad was developed to allow people with healthy vision to see the world through the eyes of a person experiencing one of nine degenerative eye diseases. The eye diseases that are simulated are: age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, chronic open-angle glaucoma, corneal edema, diabetic retinopathy, homonymous hemianopia, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, retinitis pigmentosa.
source VisionSim by Braille Institute on the App Store on iTunes
Eye Tracking solutions have become increasingly popular yet many systems deliver disappointing and limited results.
The ComLink LT3G Enable Eyes however; offers an unprecedented level of freedom that is becoming the benchmark for eye tracking performance and usability!
Source: Comlink LT3G™ Enable Eyes - AAC Device With Robust Eye Tracking | FRS Custom Solutions.
MediSafe helps people integrate healthier behaviour into their daily lives with our first-of-its-kind cloud-synced mobile medication management system.
Using everyday technologies people already have, our technology makes it easier for families and friends to give the support needed to help their loved ones get healthier… together.
Source: MediSafe project