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BBC World Service Online

The BBC World Service provides regional and global impartial news and analysis in 44 languages. Each week its 41 websites reach 40-80m people around the globe with 85% on mobile … Read more

The Clarion

Clarion is an innovative digital instrument that can be played with any part of the body using mouse or finger touch, but also head movement or eye movement. It works … Read more


The Sign2Word app aims to radically transform the learning experience for Deaf learners and their engagement with Communication Support Workers by providing a platform, using AI technology, to translate Sign … Read more

Present Pal

Present Pal, by Estendio, is building life changing accessible technology for the one billion people across the world with disabilities. Present Pal is now supporting over 3,000 students with dyslexia, … Read more

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In the spotlight: Accessibility Award

Have you ever struggled with: Drinking a cup of tea; Your creative flow and self-expression; Chilling on your X-Box; Catching a train? How many? One, or maybe none? For the … Read more

Seeing AI, Finalist in Accessibility Award

Seeing AI

Seeing AI, a free Microsoft app that narrates the visual world for the blind and low vision community. Seeing AI is a free app from Microsoft that narrates the visual … Read more

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Be My Eyes

A free mobile app helping the blind people in situations where a pair of eyes is needed. Be My Eyes is a free app that connects blind and low vision … Read more

GiveVision, Accessibility Award Finalists


GiveVision is using augmented reality and a virtual reality headset to help visually impaired people see better. The latest headset – SightPlus – works as an advanced digital magnifier and a … Read more

Facebook, Accessibility Award Finalists


Using artificial intelligence and machine learning services to power accessible technology. Facebook is using artificial intelligence and machine learning services to power accessible technology for people with low vision and … Read more



Typing with eyesight and changing millions of lives OptiKey, a new assistive on-screen keyboard, has the potential to change millions of lives. “OptiKey was written to challenge the outrageously expensive, … Read more



Interactive learning for people with learning difficulties “Smart devices and our support systems are making the 21st century living accessible to everyone. Often people with learning disabilities are left behind … Read more

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Samsung Electronics R&D (UK) Institute

A Smart TV for Everyone Sight is arguably the most important of our senses, yet there are over two million people in the UK living with some form of sight … Read more