Category: Perceptual Training Activity for Visually Impaired

LowViz Guide - Indoor Navigation For The Visually Impaired

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LowViz Guide is an accessible mobile app for the blind to be used for indoor navigation. It enables users to find their way around large meeting spaces and to always take the shortest routes. Using a smart phone with voice activation, LowViz Guide facilitates orientation and safety, eliminating frustration with locating venues. It has indoor positioning & presence detection, navigation & routing, location sharing, and location based communication. The user is guided by a combination of positioning algorithms, bluetooth low-energy beacons, and a free mobile app on a smart phone. Routing-by-voice is available through the use of the phone's accessibility feature.

Technical Specifications: 

Category: Navigation

Updated: Feb 17, 2016

Version: 1.1.0

Size: 5.5 MB

Language: English

Copyright: © GmbH

Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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LowViz Guide - Indoor Navigation For The Visually Impaired

Made By: GmbH
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Manufacturer GmbH, a technology research and development company, develops indoor mapping, localization, and routing technology. The company provides an indoor navigation framework, including an SDK and tools that enable developers to map indoor locations and embed indoor positioning and navigation capabilities in their applications. It also offers localization technology that enables users to create applications that locate users or others inside buildings, such as airports, shopping malls, conference centers, etc.


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Apple, Inc.
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Phone: 800-692-7753 or 800-676-2775
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Blind & Low Vision, Computers