Honor launches AI-powered app for the visually impaired

Beijing: Chinese language smartphone producer Honor has launched its new AI-powered app ‘PocketVision at IFA 2019, which goals to assist folks learn paperwork, menus and different arduous to learn texts.

“With the launch of this app, we hope to create an enhanced studying expertise for folks all all over the world, enabling a larger sense of independence and giving folks with low imaginative and prescient the boldness to unlock their potential and pursue their
passions,” George Zhao, President of Honor stated in an announcement.

There are three accessible modes to date – Textual content-to-Speech Mode, Zoom-In Mode and Damaging Picture Mode, XDA Builders reported on Saturday.

Textual content-to-Speech Mode helps to transform footage to textual content quicker and extra precisely after which narrates the textual content from books, paperwork, menus, and extra, with ease.

Zoom-In Mode permits customers to zoom into textual content utilizing the quantity buttons on their system. Whereas, Damaging Picture Mode; supplies a spread of color filters to boost textual content.

PocketVision will be downloaded from Huawei AppGallery and helps English, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Italian and Chinese language language.

As well as, the corporate has partnered with the Royal Nationwide Institute of Blind Folks (RNIB) to assist increase consciousness of the limitations blind and partially sighted folks face.

The corporate says that the app will be downloaded on all Honor smartphones, but it surely works seamlessly on Honor 20 and Honor 20 Professional smartphones.

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