Bay Area company Sterling Adaptives, which supplies the most technologically advanced equipment and software currently available for people who are blind or have low vision, will demo two OrCam products at LightHouse San Francisco on December 7.
OrCam is a company whose mission is to “enrich people’s daily experiences with personal assistive handheld and wearable AI devices that increase confidence and independence”. Sterling Adaptives will demo the OrCam MyEye and OrCam Read. These products are wearable accessible technology devices that help people who are blind or have low vision access the printed word, and more.
The event will begin with a live demo, and afterward attendees will have the opportunity to experience the technology firsthand by trying out the devices. Experts will be available to answer all your questions and help determine if OrCam can help you or your loved one gain greater independence.
Additionally, light refreshments will be served, and you will have an opportunity to visit LightHouse’s Adaptations Store to pick up any blindness products you might need.
What: OrCam Demonstration
Where: LightHouse for the Blind, 1155 Market St. 10th floor, San Francisco
When: Thursday, December 7 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
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To learn more about OrCam, visit www.orcam.com.