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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
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
People with intellectual disabilities as editors, experts, and political representatives
Since 2017, Capito Mecklenburg-Vorpommern from Germany has been running a qualification project for people with intellectual disabilities. To date, some 1,000 participants have been trained as editors, political representatives, and experts in accessible information.
capito Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Capito Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Independent and secret voting for all
The Federation of Portuguese Cerebral Palsy Associations (FAPPC), together with IBM and Softinsa, has developed a voting system that uses different input devices to enable independent and secret voting for everyone, including people with motor, sensory, and intellectual disabilities.
FAPPC - Portuguese Federation of Associations for Cerebral Palsy, Accessible Vote System, Portugal