Seeing AI: Making the visual world more accessible

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Published on 3 Dec 2019, 6:22
In honor of UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Seeing AI is rolling out new language support to make the app even more accessible to the millions of people with visual impairments around the world.

Check out Seeing AI in action by following along with Andre Louis, a London-based musician who uses the app to independently accomplish day-to-day tasks.

This video was designed to be accessible without the need for additional audio description.

Click here to access the Dutch version: youtu.be/Ip8pAeFed_o
Click here to access the French version: youtu.be/nxJwSDgpI-w
Click here to access the German version: youtu.be/-jZbJpN9A7Y
Click here to access the Japanese version: youtu.be/i22nCYEvarM
Click here to access the Spanish version: youtu.be/fTMj-8dBZfQ

Learn more about Seeing AI’s new language support: news.microsoft.com/?post_type=...

Seeing AI is available for free on the App Store.

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