OrCam Introduces Advanced Assistive Tech in Australia, Partners with Quantum RLV

2016-08-06 | By Orcam Staff

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OrCam is now available in Australia!


OrCam Technologies, the artificial vision innovator for people who are vision impaired, blind or have a reading disability, has introduced its assistive technology device in Australia through leading assistive technology provider Quantum Reading, Learning, Vision.


The world’s most advanced wearable assistive technology solution, OrCam MyEye utilises a small camera mounted on the user’s eyeglass frame to instantly read any printed text in the immediate environment.


Via a discreet earpiece, the device can instantly read text from any source – including newspapers, books, computer screens, restaurant menus, and street signs – as well as recognise faces of individuals and identify products. Every OrCam MyEye device is hand-delivered by a certified OrCam Trainer™ who teaches each new user how to incorporate the device’s technology into daily life.

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“OrCam is passionately dedicated to providing independence through our unparalleled artificial vision technology,” said Rami Ben Yehuda, OrCam Senior Vice President of Sales and Operations. “Whether it’s reading a morning newspaper, recognizing the approach of a loved one or choosing a favourite item in the supermarket, our mission is to improve quality of life.”

Demonstrations of OrCam MyEye, free of charge, are available through the assistive technology device pioneer’s partnership with leading Australian accessibility product and service provider Quantum RLV Tel (1300 883 853).


quantum staff receiving orcam demo

“Quantum is honoured and excited to deliver the very latest development in assistive technology to the Australian market,” said Tim Connell, Quantum Managing Director. “As a ‘wearable’ device OrCam MyEye can be used anywhere and at any time. It is going to provide a new level of independence for many thousands of Australians who struggle to read.”