Get involved in research!

We will start our first user study this month to feed the development of our new prototype while Disability Rights UK & Birmingham City University will conduct one into how knowledge and information about physical activity aimed at visually impaired people should be displayed and shared.

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Give Vision updated their cover photo.
January 15
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A little demo video of our software on Google Glass
Testing sessions are regularly organised in Birmingham and London. Last week, we were in Action for Blind People Liverpool and Henshaws Manchester! Testing sessions are not just about wearing the googles but challenging what you can do with them! Reading tiny text on the newspaper, watching TV sitting at 3 meters from it or even painting your nails (if it is something you want to do ;) Sign up on our website - - to book a session!
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Andrew Stokes
· June 21, 2017
having seen many different items over the years that make big bold claim about the improvement they can provide to my sight that have all been a let down o truly thought at first this would be yet ano...ther of those but how wrong could I be. The first time I tried the SightPlus headset I was taken aback by just how powerful this magical bit of technology was. For the first time I was able to see across the room and see what was going on the other side and even more amazingly I was able to see the people around me faces and what people looked like and they was not just fuzzy outlines. throughout the team at Give Vision have been really supportive and friendly and it more like talking to friend or close family member then to company. I understand while yes the current version may not be for everyone and may not be able to help but you never know it worth taking part in one of there free trials to find out if it can help you as you have nothing to lose and maybe a lot to gain. this amazing team are totally committed to helping make peoples life better and helping people improve what they are able to see and do independently and are always working on both software and also firmware updates. See More
Roger Wilson-Hinds
· April 20, 2016
An impressive start on the wearables journey for visually impaired people. After so many years of touching to find out what I was looking at, it was strange to not have to lean forward and to actually... see things without reaching out to touch. Lots of re-learning. Lots of excitement to come. Well done Give-Vision.Great to be a tester. See More
Maria Christie-Jugg
· March 24, 2017
Went into the appoint with no expectations....infact, with the feeling that this wouldn't help my daughter due to the nature of her eye condition. Wow.....almost brought a tear to my eye when she put... the googles on. It's been a while since I saw her smile like that.
Many thanks to all involved...especially my daughter's SENCO for researching �
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Avi Javier Ramrekha
· July 22, 2016
It was really great meeting the give vision team at sight village on Tuesday in Birmingham
I am really looking forward to all of the new products and working with you guys in the future keep up the good work!
Neveen Wood
· April 11, 2017
These are amazing! First time ever I could read an entire eye-chart!! I'm on my first day of the two week trial and loving it! ♥ Thank you so much for allowing me to try them!!
Give Vision updated their cover photo.
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Give Vision updated their cover photo.
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Looking for sight impaired people from 8 to 90ish!
Based in London and Birmingham.


Any interest to participate in user studies with us in 2018, email
Including focus groups, home testing and financial retribution.

Obviously if you have contacted us in the past and left your details, we will keep you posted about upcoming testing opportunities!

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A couple of weeks ago, O2 Lab organised a Hackathon focussing on accessibility.

Throughout the day, six hacks teams created some really inventive ideas presented below.
In the spirit of collaboration and sharing knowledge, all these ideas will be open for everyone to pursue under a Creative Commons license.


Team NoLabel:
Team Every Little Hacks:
Team Phame:
Team Helping Hands:
Team Travelmate:
Team Sauga:

What do you think about those ideas? Which is your favourite?
Guess who won!

Thank you O2 Lab team and Wayra for involving GiveVision!

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More than 50 participants got together at the O2 campus on 25 October for an intensive day of collaboration and problem-solving at a hackathon focusing on ac...

Dear followers,

We want to inform you that unfortunately we won't be exhibiting at Sight Village London tomorrow and Wednesday. Indeed, GiveVision team is full-time hands-on product development and service design to ensure a wilder deployment on our tech solutions asap!
You can still reach out through social media or our website.


For those attending the event organised by Queen Alexandra College, have fun!

GiveVision team

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"If I can can You can can"
Check out this inspiring and funny talk from Maysoon Zayid

"I have cerebral palsy. I shake all the time," Maysoon Zayid announces at the beginning of this exhilarating, hilarious talk. (Really, it's hilarious.) "I'm like Shakira meets Muhammad Ali." With grace and wit, the Arab-American comedian takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her adventures as an actres...

Time to innovate, as a group! O2 Lab is bringing people from all horizons together to brainstorm, develop ideas & projects around accessibility and especially visual & hearing impairments and dexterity issues.

Join us October 25th!

Accessible Tech Network Accomable Seable Disabled Holidays The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) RSBC Moorfields Eye Hospital Beacon Centre

Making every day more accessible through innovation Nearly one in five people in the country have a disability that limits their daily activities. This is why it’s important to consider accessibility in the design of all products and services. Innovation has an important role to play in this. To ins...

Great initiative! Well done Channel 4 RNIB & the brands that show their ads using the symptoms of the main sight conditions!

#raisingawareness #intheirshoes

Channel 4 has teamed up with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and brands O2, Amazon Echo, Freeview, Paco Rabanne and Specsavers, for an entire ad break that attempts to convey the impaired vision of people with sight loss.

Have you heard of this new app called GlosTalk developed by Gloucestershire County Council? It is a talking app to assist both visually and hearing impaired bus users and the wider passenger community.…/featur…/accessibility-all

Seen in action here, the GlosTalk app has been developed to help not only visually and hearing impaired passengers, but all bus users across Gloucestershire Credit: GCC Local authorities across the country are under pressure to increase modal shift by convincing more citizens to ride the bus. At the...

The video of the day!! #heroeseverywhere

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Help for Heroes Official

War Veteran, Si, and supporter, Tempy, are #FacingitTogether. If you missed their video yesterday, take a look at the incredible bond between them here:…/…/si-tempy/

More from this extraordinary pair tomorrow...

This summer, we have been busy preparing a new way of testing SightPlus: the self demo kit! With a set of information and peer support, we believe that YOU can embrace this new technology and try SightPlus, yourself! We will be testing this programme with a couple of cohorts before deciding how to expand it! If you want to get involved, sign-up here

SightPlus is a wearable sight enhancement device to help you make the most of your remaining sight for stationary activities such as reading, watching TV and working on the computer.

**Help wanted**

We are looking for a couple of badass team members to boost our experiments in customer development and our research about the new generation of SightPlus!

Customer development Officer: ...
Post Doc Researcher:

Please share this post to anyone that could be interested and a good fit!
Thanks a ton!

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Is tech for older people?
At GiveVision, we have some insights to share working on technology adoption with the elderly.
What is your experience about it?

Monday, August 21, 2017 Is tech for older people? Or asking a 92 year old person to wear a virtual reality headset to watch TV. The BBC wrote a few articles about how older people interact with new technologies. In the article, “The generation that tech forgot”, Ian Hosking, an expert in design fo...