Cyber Eyez Bringing Life into Focus

Today’s smart glasses are getting even smarter. CyberTimez, a world leader in augmented reality applications, has created Cyber Eyez, an application that enables low vision and blind users to magnify anything in their environment up to 15 times! The application can also read text in more than 100 languages without an internet connection. Cyber Eyez […]

KAPSYS SmartVision2: The First Smartphone for the Visually Impaired

According to Statista, there are nearly 2.5 billion smartphone users worldwide. More than two hundred million of those users are in the United States. Smartphones today continue to progress as advances in telecommunication technology have been significant in recent years. But with features such as high-definition touchscreens, navigation tools, and high-speed internet browsing on the […]

Silent Call AlarmDock

Silent Call Communications is a company established in 1985.  Their products are designed for individuals who are hard of hearing, deaf, deaf-blind, heavy sleepers, or wear a hearing aid.  One of Silent Call’s products is the AlarmDock.The AlarmDock product line is an innovative way to use your smartphone as an extra loud alarm clock or […]

5 Speech Amplifiers

There is a variety of speech assistance products available to help those with weak speech and/or those who work in noisy environments be heard properly.  One area of these products is speech amplifiers. In general, voice amplifiers are compact, personal amplification systems that provide voice boosts for different speech impairments.  Some are designed for outdoor/noisy […]

Clarity XLC7BT Bluetooth Extra Loud Cordless Phone

Clarity is a company on a mission to create “smart communication solutions to help individuals who are hard of hearing live richer, more engaged lives.”  It is a leader in amplified telephones, notification systems, and assistive listening devices.  One example of their amplified telephones is the Clarity XLC7BT Amplified Bluetooth Phone.The Clarity XLC7BT allows users […]

Building Support for People with Brain Injuries

In the summer of 2016, Mike Vaughan’s life changed forever. A semi-truck crushed his small Volkswagen Golf, and he sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) — one of the leading causes of death and disability across the globe. Vaughan’s long recovery in the hospital and at home left him feeling increasingly isolated and confined. A […]