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I just feel like dancing
By Phil Nuar, Guest Blogger “Dancing is just dancing. When you are really dancing you don’t care what is around you. If you bump into people, you keep going. I don’t let my vision affect me.” I have been visually impaired from a young age, and am passionate about dancing. I especially love techno music […]
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A New Level of Independence – The Story of Elizabeth Simonds
Elizabeth Simonds was born with children’s rheumatoid arthritis which affected her sight at a very young age and continued to deteriorate throughout her life. Twelve years ago, Elizabeth had to have her left eye removed and replaced with a prosthetic eye. Since then, she has been using magnifiers and different cell phone apps or tablets […]
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Unveiled: The New, Visionary OrCam.com
We are excited about our recently-launched new website – www.orcam.com has a whole new look with expanded features! The OrCam Team engaged in a thorough creative process to develop the new OrCam.com. The result: a website which reflects the independence delivered by OrCam’s breakthrough artificial innovation technology and empowerment of our users. All of the […]
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Blind Dining: An Experience That Will Leave An Incredible Taste in Your Mouth
Working with the visually impaired community, the OrCam team is always trying to find ways to better understand our users’ needs. The OrCam marketing team decided to go out and see for themselves what it is like to live with a visual impairment by making dinner reservations at Blackout, a dark restaurant in Tel Aviv. […]
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Breakthrough Technology, Breaking Down Barriers
By Devorah Shaltiel, Guest Blogger I was born with several retinal diseases: iris atrophy, retinitis pigmentosa, and myopia degeneration. I had corrected lenses until my mid-forties, with the onset of cataracts due to the progression of an eye disease. In 2012 I was diagnosed with blindness. One of the toughest challenges which I face due […]
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My OrCam “Wow Moments”: The Story of Jessica Stine
By Jessica Stine, Guest Blogger Twenty-four years ago, I was diagnosed with a form of Retinitis Pigmentosa or RP. At first, I did not believe that this condition would lead to blindness. When teachers began teaching Braille and mobility skills, I was stubborn. Even though I did learn those skills, I was resistant in doing […]
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