Colours help us to recognize all kind of objects in everyday life. For people who are blind this simple task is impossible to perform unless some assistive technology can support them. ColourVisor is an example of an app supporting everyday life activities. The developer of this app, Jan Blüher, who is blind himself demonstrates and discusses its usefulness.
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