Thursday, December 03, 2009

Cell-phone technology helps people who cannot see navigate daily life

Cell phones programmed with software developed through a partnership between the National Federation of the Blind and Kurzweil Technologies are helping people with visual impairments decipher text they encounter. Users snap a picture and the device uses an electronic voice to announce what the item is. What sets the product apart, say users, is its small size, which allows it to be used easily throughout the day. Press And Journal

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