Innovocracy Announces Academic Crowdfunding Project for an App for the Visually Impaired | Virtual-Strategy Magazine | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it

Earlier this year, the University of Rochester Human Computer Interaction Group developed an initial iOS application called VizWiz, that blind people can use to answer visual questions in their everyday lives. Users simply take a picture and speak a question they’d like to know about it, and their questions are answered by people out on the web, usually in under a minute and all for free.