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Innovative Assistive Tech Transforms World Book Day 2021 into Time of “Reading Inclusivity for All” – PRNewswire

Monday, 26 April, 2021

Innovative Assistive Tech Transforms World Book Day 2021 into Time of “Reading Inclusivity for All” – PRNewswire

OrCam Read is the only personal AI reader that instantly captures and reads out loud full pages of text. The wearable OrCam MyEye assistive technology device communicates text, faces, products and more by audio, for people who are visually impaired.

 
United Nations-designated World Book and Copyright Day 2021 – commemorated by millions of people in over 100 countries – promotes "the power of books and encourages reading as much as possible." In the spirit of this observance, OrCam Technologies, a leader in personal, AI-driven innovations, promotes "reading inclusivity for all" through its pioneering, personal assistive technology solutions that enable an independent reading experience:

  • OrCam Read lightweight handheld device, for people who experience reading challenges
  • OrCam MyEye lightweight wearable device, for people who are blind or are visually impaired

OrCam Read is highly advanced, AI-driven assistive technology that is packed into an easy-to-use, handheld device with a singular purpose: meaningfully empower the user who has language processing challenges – including dyslexia, aphasia, reading fatigue, or those who read large volumes of text – to read anything, regardless of their condition.

Read more at: https://www.prnewswire.com/il/news-releases/innovative-assistive-tech-transforms-world-book-day-2021-into-time-of-reading-inclusivity-for-all-301275425.html

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