What if something as simple as a more precise eyedropper could cut the cost of glaucoma medication by more than half?
Designed with children in mind, this wearable device can be worn on a child’s wrist providing extra feedback for the visually impaired. child
Blind people around the world could have their vision actually restored using stem cells taken from the eyes of non-living donors, according to new research from Scotland.
A community association in northwest Calgary has needed to replace its aging outdoor rink for some time and they hope that a fully accessible rink will be the perfect replacement.
Prior to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, there have been smartphones with in-display fingerprint scanners. However, this is the first time a smartphone features an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. This is because the ones before it are optical and not ultrasonic. Basically, it uses light to create a 2D image of your fingerprint. On the other ultrasonic type, sound waves is used to make a 3D structure of your finger offering more accuracy.
Aiming at creating Independent Access to Digital Content, a feature-packed, ergonomic & affordable refreshable Braille display called Dot Book has been developed for blind and visually impaired users.
Night vision eye-drops that could allow us to see normally invisible infrared light have been developed, with a team of researchers figuring out a way to give mammals superhero-style eyesight. The groundbreaking research initially focused on testing with mice, but the same principles should in theory work with all mammals.
Study suggests that blind and sighted experience visual phenomena differently, but share a common understanding of them.
Newly launched assistive technology company has modified Epson smart glasses to provide support for blind and visually impaired people.
Signal bars don’t tell you as much as you think. If you really want to know the strength of your cell signal, use this hidden app.