Blind / Visual Impairment


Adaptive Products and Assistive Technologies

On this page, we connect you to a variety of affordable, innovative, and trending adaptive products and assistive technologies. Don't see one of your favorite adaptive products or assistive technologies here? Contact us so we can add it to the list!


This device allows blind and visually impaired people to navigate in completely new way! It's not a replacement for the white cane, but simply an additional gadget to help navigate. It sends out vibrations that notify the user from up to 3 meters away!


Taptilo makes braille fun and interactive by incorporating learning by movement, touch and hearing. The jumbo-sized, child-friendly braille blocks can be easily manipulated by children or older students and help strengthen and refine finger movement.

Object Locator

This is an object locator system that is very simple to use.  Just press the buttons on the transmitter to find them. A beep from the receiver will cause you to find the missing item! Place these on keys, in your wallet, on your tv remote.

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Braille Magic Cube

A Rubik's cube for the visually impaired! Spend countless hours trying to solve this tricky puzzle that's been around for ages.

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Enchroma Glasses

A simple, stylish and affordable pair of glasses that allow people with various forms of color blindness to see color for the first time! Take the Color blind test on their website to find out what glasses would be best for you.

WeWalk Smart Cane

This is the modern day cane for the visually impaired! It can detect obstacles that are above chest and head levels through its ultrasonic sensor. Blind people will be able to control their smartphones via WeWALK’s touchpad and be able to receive turn-by-turn Google Maps navigation via WeWALK.


Bonocle utilizes the medium of braille to allow the user unprecedented accessibility to the wide array of electronic devices while maintaining a user friendly and natural reading experience. Productivity, education and gaming are key areas the Bonocle will support.

eSight Glasses

These glasses allow people who are legally blind the ability to see. They work by a high-speed, high-definition camera that captures everything the user is looking at and displays the image on 2 OLED displays located infront of the users eyes.


This is the first tablet of its kind for the visually impaired. It's able to output one full page of braille code. It directly converts any text file from USB sticks, memory cards and web browsing. Now pictures and graphics can be represented on a tactile surface!


An e-book for blind people! This amazing little device has a single braille character that the text from a book or document moves through this cell while the reader's finger is immobile on it. It can transform any digital document or digital book into braille instantly!

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