OrCam Demo at Ed Roberts Campus

  Mark Gibbons from Sterling Adaptives presents the OrCam MyEye device at Ed Roberts Campus.

Mark Gibbons from Sterling Adaptives presents the OrCam MyEye device at Ed Roberts Campus.

This week, The CIL hosted an assistive technology demo, featuring the OrCam MyEye device.

The OrCam MyEye is a portable, artificial vision device that allows vision impaired people to understand text and identify objects. The device was developed by Israeli-based company OrCam Technologies Limited, and was released as a prototype in September 2013.


Thanks to Mark Gibbons and Sterling Adaptive for bringing the device to Berkeley.

We've heard that there is a brand-new model of the OrCam coming very soon, and we can't wait to get our hands on it!

Thanks to everyone who stopped by this event, including the group from the Hatlen Center For the Blind.

See you next time!

- The CIL

 

 The CIL's Assistive Technology Specialist, Jeshua Aveno, demonstrates the OrCam MyEye at this week's AT Event in Berkeley, CA.

The CIL's Assistive Technology Specialist, Jeshua Aveno, demonstrates the OrCam MyEye at this week's AT Event in Berkeley, CA.