Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
Add memo page with menu options below, including my watch, clock, functions, setting.

An App that connects a mobile device to the Dot Watch. Through the interface, users can manage and customize the features of the Dot Watch.

A silver watch and band with braille on the face and push buttons on the right.

A Braille Smartwatch, which is a wearable device. It can connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth (LE4.2). 

A wand-shaped device with menu options on the surface and a speaker above.

A portable “all-in-one” talking bar code scanner that aids visually or print-impaired individuals with the identification of items via the product’s bar code or UPC. Using text-to-speech and digital voice recording technologies, it allows users to access an on-board database of product descriptions, along with a tailored set of recorded voice messages. 

A woman painting while wearing glasses with a white panel across the lenses.

An assistive device that enhances the functional vision of a person who has low vision. It helps users see what's in front of them in real-time, including painting, traveling, and watching TV. 

A black smartphone with tactile gridlines over the surface.

Devices that include a special tactile grid that enables the user to feel what is on the screen. Using a combination of vibration, sound, and visual information the user can start to become digitally sighted. The tactile grid is a transparent embossed grid of dots laid over the smart devices screen which with the specialized technology enables the user to feel the digital world.

A white remote control type device with menu options such as power, OK, volume, and directional arrows.

Digital Accessible Information Systems that play alarms and radio, includes an external mic and connects to a digital library to read or download books. It is suitable for people who are blind and visually impaired.

A hand holding a black video magnifier that has 4 lines of black text on a yellow background.

Video magnifiers that are suitable for people who need help to read a text and browse details because of low vision. They can be used to read labels, prescriptions, bills, maps, schedules, price tags, receipts, menus, and other items.

A Z-shaped blue document reader above a book, the page of which is projected onto a laptop.

Readers that capture images of materials such as documents, textbooks, artwork, devices, and 3D objects.

A picture of a world map on a phone screen.

An app that allows users to control the camera on an iPhone and turn it into a document camera for large-screen projection.

Flowy viewing modes on three different mobile phones, the first with smaller black text on a gray background, the second with a yellow background, the next with black text magnified to show two words, and the last with a yellow background and black text magnified to who 3 lines of text.

An app that provides screen sharing service as well as advanced video magnifier features.