Baidu launches 'Blind Search' device to make the internet accessible for people with vision disabilities
Asia-Pacific, June 8 2015
Baidu, the leader in the Chinese search engine market, has recently developed a device called “Blind Search” to help people who are blind or have low vision access the internet by using a combination of input and reading in Braille and the incorporation of touch-based “images” and sounds as well.
The invention of the smart device is good news for around the 17 million people who are blind or have low vision who live in China who are eager for equal access to internet.
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