NaviLens

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Saturday, May 2, 2020
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Description of App

Description

NaviLens is a high-density artificial markers system for long distance reading.

The tags generated by this system are designed in order to be readed from a long distance, without the need of focussing and even in motion. This makes them useful for blind and low vision people. All you need to do is to point the camera of the device to a tag in order to quickly read its contents.

The application has a new sound system with which a blind person can locate the label in the space with precision, without the need for headphones.

Notice: While we are installing this signage system in different locations, you can download sample labels in the same application.

We have spent 5 years to create this new technology. We will be happy to receive your impressions and comments about the system.

For more information please read at the quick help, included in the application.

The NaviLens team

Version

2.0.20

Free or Paid

Free

Apple Watch Support

Not Known

Device(s) App Was Tested On

iPhone
iPad
iPod Touch

iOS Version

10

Accessibility Comments

This app is already introduced in the Forum section by the developer.

Free accessible and easy to use.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability

The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments

The iPhone camera detects the NaviLens tags from a long distance.
It is said that A4 size tag can be detected from 15 meters away.
It depends on the size of tags.
The public tags are used for the indoor navigation and transit assistance.

This app and tags might be spreading out all over the world from Spain.
I heard that New York and LA METRO are testing these tags.

These tags also can be used for personal use.
It is available to label things like NFC tags.
If you put a tag on the gate of your house, you can find the place easily.

Users can get free tags by sending the request.
PDF files are emailed to you.
Then, print them, cut it, input a personal memon.
For the blind people, to cut them into each pieces will be a big problem.

They created the video for the blind people how to cut them.
Free NaviLens Tags for personal use. How to download and use it. - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lblv_dI9cQI&t=28s

There are three kinds of tags you can get free.

1. On the top screen of NaviLens app, you can find the button
"Download the personal use tags and the user guide".

2. The latest version of personal tags has been released.
Access this website and send the request.
Request free NaviLens personal codes
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScG4pyk3F9O0EYM2XkP3jZqONz7YPb…

3. This is the public use tags for school facilities.
All tags are labeled like men&s room or dining room.
Access this website and send the request.
https://order.navilens.com/

Developer's Twitter Username

@navilens

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