As part of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (December 3), we are going to show you five mobile applications Android Developed with advanced technology and artificial intelligence, they all have the same aim, to facilitate the lives and routines of people suffering from any kind of disability.
According to information provided by the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI), 10.3% of the Peruvian population suffers from some disability, which can be any of the following: physical or motor, sensory, intellectual and mental. From, below we will show you the best free apps which will be very useful for that group of people.
free apps for people with disabilities
This is a new application of Android, specifically targeted at people who have difficulty communicating or interacting with Google Assistant. The application uses phrases that help understand unique voice patterns and provides access to the application’s three main functions: Listen, Repeat and Assist. A fill is required to use it invitation form,
look outside is a platform that is currently only available in Spanish, that uses artificial intelligence to help people with visual disabilities (blind) or visually impaired people. Basically it will inform you about everything around you.
Thanks to the cell phone camera, the above application uses artificial vision technology, which means it is able to recognize motives and texts from the physical universe, which will be announced by the smartphone’s speaker system. It also has different modes: it allows you to scan and read documents, identify food labels, the objects around them, etc.
voice access is one of the accessibility products for Android Which allows you to use the cell phone without touching the device’s touch screen. The above application offers you the possibility to navigate through installed applications, write, edit text and talk with Google Assistant without using your hands.
Instant Transcription App (live transcribe, in English) was developed by a Google employee who had deafness. Who is this for? All this is done thanks to the mobile device’s built-in microphone, to transcribe the conversations happening around you in real time. They also added the ability to identify ambient sounds, such as: a dog barking nearby, someone knocking on the door, or a speeding car.
look to speak
look to speak is an experimental Android app that uses eye movements and gaze to select and communicate aloud phrases pre-written on the screen. People have to look left, up or right to quickly choose what they want to say from a list of phrases.
In addition, it has the functionality to customize words or phrases so that people show their true voice and the sensitivity of eye movements can be adjusted.
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