Panasonic and India’s Dentsu Aegis Network have created a specially modified camera that enables color blind photographers to see rich colors.
The prototype Smart White Cane developed by Kyocera makes use of wireless transmission technology.
For the first time in 15 years, Spirit River carpenter Dean Scott can read signs
The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) has announced a new pilot program that visually-impaired riders say has potential to change lives.
Empire and its family of brands is the first national pharmacy network in Canada to offer ScripTalk audible prescription labels in-store at its more than 420 pharmacy locations, including Lawtons Drugs, Sobeys, Safeway, Thrifty Foods, Foodland, IGA (western Canada) and FreshCo.
Mojo Vision is revealing a smart contact lens with a tiny built-in display that lets you view augmented reality images on a screen.
In an effort to provide assistance where it can, Microsoft in 2016 launched Project Tokyo, a partnership among researchers in the U.S., U.K., China, Japan, and India to explore technologies that might help those with impairments interact with the world around them.
Clinical trial will test use of retinal prosthesis to treat advanced age-related macular degeneration.
Israeli startup NovaSight Ltd. wants to treat lazy eye by letting patients watch movies.
OrCam is expanding its product lineup with new devices that tackle new use cases.