NaviLens is the new digital signage that allows to:
• Make any signage accessible for people with visual impairment.
• It can provide enriched multimedia information of value to all users as real-time information.
• Serve as an innovative AR visual guide (Wayfinding) with enriched visual information, using virtual arrows to help them find their destination.
• Removes linguistic barriers for the users, as the sign information is displayed in the language of the user’s mobile phone (36 languages).
NaviLens has been rigorously analysed by CIDAT, the research, and development organ at ONCE the National Blind Association in Spain. It validated NaviLens’ suitability to guide people with visual impairments autonomously.
NaviLens: Empowering the visually impaired
Visually impaired people have difficulty using traditional signage and therefore cannot be autonomous in unfamiliar environments.
Visually impaired users can use NaviLens codes, as they do not need to know precisely where they are placed.
Just scan with your mobile camera and get the necessary information contextualized.
More inclusive cities
NaviLens helps make cities smarter and more inclusive. The capabilities of this code allow users to interact more easily and accessible with their environment in places such as subway stations, bus stops and museums or public buildings.
Do you want to know more about the possibilities it offers? Read this code with NaviLens Go! App