Fitz Frames is launching out of beta to offer affordable, custom-made glasses for families, and in particular, for children.
The Speak app takes advantage of state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technology. It will read any text captured by the camera. It can be used to read anything from street signs to newspapers. The app has been specifically designed to detect text in “bad photos,” for instance when the text is rotated or far away. In addition it knows to detect relevant text only, for example when photographing a page in a book, text captured on the adjacent page will be ignored.
Using deep learning and artificial intelligence, scientists from Florida Atlantic University’s Machine Perception and Cognitive Robotics (MPCR) Laboratory are bringing Astro, the robotic dog to life.
accessiBe has recently launched a pioneering web accessibility tool powered by artificial intelligence (AI). The solution simplifies the way companies and site owners can make their content accessible to users with disabilities by using AI to automatically apply accessibility standards to their websites.
Barkly Square shopping centre in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick is becoming more accessible for blind and visually impaired shoppers.
Contact lenses capable of recording video and taking pictures could one day become a reality after Samsung was granted a patent in the US to develop the technology.
Retina Risk allows those who have diabetes to assess their own risk of diabetic eye disease.
Google, in its next phone, wants to introduce the next big thing: a way to control our screens without touching the screen.
After two years, the long-awaited Orii Smart Ring from Origami Labs is finally available for purchase.
University of California San Diego researchers have created a new lens that can zoom in when you blink your eye twice.