Anyone suffering from visual impairment knows the sense of fear and disorientatio
Developed Beyond Accessibility and the ADA.
The NFC Accessibility tag has been developed to massively aid access to signage. For the first time for the visually impaired, the smartphone provides a superb solution. As one customer quoted:
“At last I can see and hear the room number on my smartphone“
Easy to navigate without an application.
Mirtec has developed a unique interactive access tag, based on NFC technology broadcasting to your personal smartphone.The tag structure has 3D dots around it and the content on the smartphone screen is in accordance with ADA regulation guidelines used by Braille, which include color, contrast of colors, font size and the sound of the information on the ADA sign.
Scan, listen and read, and immediately enjoy a new level of accessibility.
Scanning the tag using the smartphone sends a wireless message from the tag to the smartphone antenna and the content is displayed on the screen of your smartphone automatically. No App is required. There is no need to charge the battery. The tag contains specific content and the slightest touch can be clearly identified. Scan, listen and read, and immediately enjoy a new level of accessibility.
NFC is an integral part of your smartphone’s capability, whether Android or iPhone. As a consequence, the development of this technology will improve the human experience by a significant amount.
A human experience.
Anyone suffering from visual impairment knows the sense of fear and disorientation in a public institution. How does he or she find the location of the specific room in that long corridor? How will he or she read the Braille on the sign if he or she can not read Braille (only 10% of visual impaired people know how to read Braille)?