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Braille Neue

Braille Neue

For the visually impaired, braille is used to read printed documents. However, the raised dots don’t exactly translate to those with full sight. Kosuke Takahashi came up with this concept for English and Japanese typefaces which are readable both with your fingers and your eyes.

Aiopoly Vision

Aiopoly Vision

Amazing assistive tech for the blind, visually impaired, and color blind to help identify objects. Aipoly’s app uses sophisticated computer vision and deep learning algorithms to identify objects in real time, then speak their names out loud. Works in seven languages.

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Liftware Steady & Level

Liftware Steady & Level
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People with cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s or other disabilities can have issues with stability or the angle of their hands, making it difficult to eat. The Liftware Steady can overcome tremors, while the Liftware Level keeps utensils flat regardless of the user’s hand position.

Do Blind People Understand Vision?

Do Blind People Understand Vision?

Blind film critic Tommy Edison explores an interesting question – whether the concept of vision is something that even makes sense to people who have never had eyesight. It’s amazing how much stuff us sighted people take for granted.

Ogo Self-Balancing Wheelchair

Ogo Self-Balancing Wheelchair

Based on the Segway transporter, Kevin Halsall’s Ogo wheelchair is controlled simply by using the abdominal muscles to shift one’s weight. It also has a joystick mode and can be operated manually. Its battery lasts up to 25mi per charge.

More Than a Sign

More Than a Sign

In Russia, many drivers ignore signs for disabled parking spaces. The non-profit Dislife decided to teach these folks a lesson by rigging up holographic projections of people with disabilities who would pop up as they enter a parking space without the proper permit.

Street Fighter Champ

Street Fighter Champ

Think you’re pretty good at SSFIV? Why don’t you put your controller where your mouth is? Seriously. ‘Broly’ here does it and he’s one of Texas’s best. Help send this Chun-master to Evo 2011 here.

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