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With funding support from Research to Prevent Blindness, Microsoft, and other generous donors, Vision Research and Technology Lab have created a suite of innovative vision assistance smartphone apps for visually impaired people, and released them to public for free. These apps help them to increase independence and improve quality of life. VRT lab routinely upgrade the apps to improve functionality and performance.
SuperVision Magnifier offers supreme image stabilization capabilities.
Blurred images caused by hand shaking can now be a thing of the past.
From reading small print to seeing signs in the distance, SuperVision Magnifier is your go-to vision app for seeing better and clearer.
Watch this video to learn more about SuperVision Magnifier.
Download the SuperVision Magnifier app on iTunes and Google Play.
SuperVision Goggles can turn your iPhone into a head mounted display device.
This app is designed to be used together with virtual reality glasses,
which are widely available off the shelf. In contrast to more expensive
head mounted display visual aids, SuperVision Goggles are a low-cost,
hands-free, vision assistance solution for people with visual impairment.
Download the SuperVision Goggles app on iTunes .
SuperVision Search helps people with visual impairment to more accurately and
efficiently find information in their daily lives. Just as Google search finds
information in the digital world, this “smart magnifying glass” uses your phone
camera to locate and interpret bank statements, restaurant menus and other
information of interest in the physical world.
Watch this video to learn more about SuperVision Search.
Download the SuperVision Search app on iTunes and Google Play .
GPS is oftentimes not accurate enough for micro navigation. Using AI technologies,
the All Aboard can help blind and visually impaired bus riders to walk to
precise locations of bus stops in their vicinity.
Watch this video to learn how the app works.
Download All Aboard app on App Store.