Presentation of OrCam's artificial vision technology

11/10/2017

CNIB invites you to a presentation of the wearable reading device MyEye made by the company Orcam to give independence to people who are blind or visually impaired. The OrCam MyEye assistive technology device instantly and discreetly reads any printed text (including newspapers, books, computer and smartphone screens, restaurant menus, labels on supermarket products and street signs), as well as recognizes individual people and products.

Orcam MyEye, glasses, camera, earphone and casing.
The MyEye equipment is composed of a camera, an earphone with bone conduction and a miniature casing. The camera is placed on one of the glasses' arms. Any optical frame with arms that are solid enough can be equipped. Once activated, one only needs to point the finger over a text and the reading begins.

This presentation will take place in CNIB's offices (3044 Delisle, Montreal) 

on Thursday, November 30th 2017 

from 1h30 pm to 4h00 pm.

It's free! 

Places are limited, do not wait to register! 

For more information or to register, please contact us by phone at 514-934-4622, extension 223 or toll free at 1-800-465-4622, extension 223 or by e-mail at pascale.roy@cnib.ca. ​​​​​

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