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Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
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.

A computer with a desktop mono-pole type standing camera that has a book below its lens. On the computer screen, the words are written with one of them highlighted in yellow and written with red letters.

A portable reading camera that can be combined with a scanning and reading software to give to blind and low vision users instant portable access to printed material with an array of human-sounding voices. 

A screenshot of a computer screen with contacts listed in the left column. The first name is highlighted and on the right is the contact's information, with a yellow post-it attached saying hello. There are tools at the top of the list for adding, editing, and scheduling.

Software for task management: managing Contacts, action logging, virtual post-its. It is a Web software particularly suited to small organizations and for users who prefer to not use paper memos.

An illustration of Live Transcribe as featured on a phone, with text that reads "With Live Transcribe you can see words appear on your phone as they're spoken." The caption above the illustration reads "See real-time transcriptions anywhere."

An accessibility app designed for people who are deaf and hearing impaired. The app features automatic speech recognition technology and performs real-time transcription of speech and sound to text on a phone screen, so users can more easily participate in conversations.

An icon of a blue and white striped hot air balloon with the company name to the right.

A magnification and screen reading software.

A mobile phone's screen featuring a filter search bar with Fitbit, Google Calendar, and Dropbox apps listed below, and the text "Get all your apps talking to each other" above.

An app that works with over 600 apps, including Twitter, Telegram, Google Drive, Twitch, Weather Underground, Instagram, Gmail, and devices like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Nest, Philips Hue, and Android phones iPhones.

A partial screen of an iPhone. It has a black background with white text: Around Me, See Object in Image, Read Text in Image, Upgrade to Eye-D Pro, and Contact Us.

An app that assists the visually impaired in independent living by helping them evaluate the world around them with help from their smartphone.

A smartphone's screen featuring a sidewalk cafe's sign written with chalk. A label from the app displays what's written. The tag line above the phone says, "Instantly read text from any surface".

An app that verbally translates the visual world into spoken words, helping blind and visually impaired people by using the smartphone camera, artificial intelligence and OCR (Optical Character Recognition).