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              • This image depicts how Beeline Reader makes written digital content more accessbile using eye guiding color gradients flowing from the end of one line to the beginning of the next.

                Colour schemes that make texts on screens easier to read

                BeeLine Reader, a free web-browser extension developed in the United States, makes texts more readable on a screen, with each line starting with one colour and slowly changing to a second colour. The following line then starts with the same colour. This continuity supports visual tracking.
                BeeLine Reader, BeeLine Reader, United States of America

              • This photo shows a silver and white accessible minivan parked in a garage. Written on the side of the van is the lettering "Uber Access" next to a symbol of a wheelchair.

                Cooperation of an IT-company with Uber for improving the accessibility of taxi services

                The Indian IT group Mphasis developed two services joining forces with the taxix service Uber to make their services more accessible and financed their implementation: uberASSIST offers passengers assistance from trained driver-partners, and uberACCESS offers retrofitted, wheelchair-accessible vehicles.
                Mphasis F1 Foundation, Mphasis uberASSIST and uberACCESS, India

              • The specific camera angle shows the labeling of an accessible toilet on the left while also granting a view into the corresponding toilet with a sink, the toilet bowl and the accessible handles and bars.

                International airport that provides a diverse accessible airport experience.

                IGA Cares is an Istanbul Airport programme that includes a broad variety of measures and services to make the airport accessible for all. Services include a navigation app, info kiosks in sign language, and a map that gives people who are particularly sensitive to noise access to quiet spaces.
                Istanbul Airport, IGA Cares, Turkey

              • A family of three, one daughter, father and mother are sitting in front of the television with the mother receiving the audio-translation of the subtitles via earphones connected to the Subreader app.

                Smartphone app that offers audio subtitles to foreign language movies and series

                SubReader reads out subtitles of movies and TV series aloud or into earphones. The app, developed by a start-up company from Denmark, is available in more than 40 languages and uses artificial voices that automatically synchronize with the soundtrack. Parts of the app are free while streaming services are for a fee.
                SubReader, SubReader, Denmark

              • This picture shows someone's hands holding a smartphone on which an app is identifying the banknote held in front of the camera.

                Mobile app that identifies banknotes from more than 100 currencies

                Cash Reader, developed by the start-up company Hayaku from the Czech Republic, is an app for smartphones that identifies banknote values for almost every currency globally. Users point their smartphone’s camera at the banknote and the app informs them of the value, either using speech or vibration patterns.
                Hayaku s.r.o., Cash Reader, Czech Republic