En-VisionAmerica: I.D. Mate, Talking Bar code Reader, and ScriptAbility, A Christine Ha Moment and NReach – BlueTooth Beacon Technology
Once again, Pete Lane of the Blind Abilities Team, captures some interviews from the exhibit floor at the 2018 NFB convention. This coverage is sponsored by Aira – The Virtual navigator for the Blind – Instant Access to Information – When You Want It.
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In this cast Pete talks to En-Vision America.
En-Vision America is a company providing high-tech products aimed at solving problems for individuals with visual impairment. The company has spearheaded many innovations relating to labeling including voice-enabled products like i.d. mate, the talking bar code reader, and ScriptAbility, which includes Braille, large print and talking prescription labels. Originally founded by Philip C. and David B. Raistrick in 1996, the cornerstone of the company is based on one single premise: to provide those with vision impairment equal access and greater independence through technology.
Check out the web site for Christine Ha – The Blind Cook
NReach: NReach offers businesses the opportunity to be a part of the new era of social awareness. This will allow people with a visual disability to explore and discover the world around them. How do we accomplish this? It is a complex question with a simple answer. Our service allows businesses to identify themselves to the millions of visually impaired people in the U.S. who otherwise could not see or read their signs. NReach uses an App and Beacon available on both Android and iOS platforms. Find out more on the web at www.NRea.ch
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