Being visually impaired no longer means being stuck in the low-tech world, as advancements in such things as phones, mugs, watches, e-books, and even navigation bracelets, allows for just about anyone to live a normal life. Continue reading to see more amazing gadgets and technologies for the vision impaired.

Vision Impaired Gadgets and Technologies


Researchers from Georgia Tech, led by Post Doctorate Fellow Mario Romero (School of Interactive Computing) has designed BrailleTouch for touchscreen mobile devices. This app basically allows visually impaired people to easily type on smart devices, thus opening the door for everyone to text or type without looking at the screen.

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