There’s an interesting app I used for a while called Be My Eyes. Super simple idea, both blind and sighted people sign up and when they need it blind users can video chat with someone to quickly help them with something that isn’t exactly friendly like identifying a can of food, or reading a street sign or whatever.
Be My Eyes – Helping the blind by Be My Eyeshttps:// itunes.apple.com/us/app/be-my-eyes-helping-the-blind/id905177575?mt=8 On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 6:18 PM Jayadevan P K <jayadeva...@gmail.com> wrote: > This more like 'inclusive design'? > > Found this interesting <https://factordaily.com/tiffy-template/>: > Bengaluru-based > innovator Paul D’Souza has designed a grooved plastic plate called the > Tiffy Template that can help the blind identify currency. > > On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 6:14 PM, Harnidh Kaur <kharn...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Hi SilkList! > > > > I don’t think most of you know this, but I work in the development space > > and we’re always trying to find cool ways to make tech make the world > > better. I’ve been trying to read up more about the same. So, here. > > > > Is ‘kind technology’ a thing? Where people are trying to change gears of > > existing/incumbent technology to specifically serve vulnerable > populations? > > > > Any existing ideas/something you’re working on/things you think SHOULD > find > > a kind tech iteration. Gimme! > > -- > > Regards > > > > Harnidh Kaur > > Lady Shri Ram College for Women '15 > > St. Xavier's College, Mumbai '17 > > Foreverawkwardandlearning.wordpress.com > > <http://foreverawkwardandlearning.wordpress.com/> > > +91-7718951383 > > > > > > -- > Jayadevan > +91 98865 51061 > Writer & Head of Product > FactorDaily <http://factordaily.com/> > > > Follow me on: Twitter <http://twitter.com/therealjpk>/ Facebook > <https://www.facebook.com/jayadevanpk>/ LinkedIn > <https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayadevanpk> > "FactorDaily: Signals that help you read the future" > -- Cheerio, Ashim D’Silva Design & build www.therandomlines.com instagram.com/randomlies