From your eyes, AI technological tools for visually impaired people

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From your eyes, AI technological tools for visually impaired people

From your eyes

From Your Eyes

AI-based solutions to improve the daily lives of visually impaired people

From Your Eyes (FYE) is a company specializing in computer vision that develops solutions based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that mimic the visual function of the human brain to recognize, track, and categorize objects and people through camera image processing.

FYE’s AI model allows real-time processing of images and videos, includes a dataset of over 15 million data points, achieves an accuracy of 98.03%, and processes content in just 15 milliseconds. The tool is also capable of identifying 865 different colors, can operate without cloud connectivity, and incorporates strict data protection security measures.

FYE applies all this technological knowledge in two tools that improve the daily lives of visually impaired people. First, the FYE mobile application allows users to create their own AI assistants to receive descriptions of photos, videos, and visual documents, and can be integrated into various devices. Second, FYE Vehicle Vision enhances the driving experience on the road with integrated cameras to analyze the environment and provide personalized services. It also offers tools such as augmented reality navigation, virtual travel companions, gesture control, and intelligent assistance, among others.

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