However blind people usually doing well, some operations cause a variety of problems. Using everyday items offered on the "ordinary" market can be difficult when they are not specially adapted. It is much easier when these objects seem appropriate sounds and when they are described in the Braille system. Then we can say, that they are accompanied by sound and in Braille. This is important even if instead of Braille words are used a different kind highlight than the letters. They such adjusted items make it easier to conduct household, taking care of health and hygiene, performing all sorts of both minor and major tasks. Independence in performing basic activities for the blind and visually impaired is important not only in practice but also psychologically.
It is a multifunctional device that recognizes colors, also includes a clock, notepad, and even a game's die. It's a small, cute, speaking colour identifier especially for the blind living alone. With it you will not wash your dark clothes together with white and you avoid assumptions mismatched "clothes".
ColorTest Memo has the functions of the device ColorTest Standard and additionally recognizes Euro banknotes. It also enables dynamic color measurement. Simple voice recorder is installed extra in, so
it has a function of recording short voice messages.
The simplest colour tester able to recognise 150 colours with a variable sound volume. It can detect light sources. It may be connected to other devices so it meets the requirements of the deaf and blind. Power supply: 2 AAA batteries.
It is a sound light detector. It has a shape of a pen ended with a light sensor. It generates a high sound if it marks a light source and a very low sound if not. It reacts so precisely that you can check with it not only if the light is on or where a window is but also enables to find written spaces on a sheet of paper.
It is a talking Polish blood pressure monitor with an automatic pumping sleeve. Results are read with a reference to WHO standards. Saves 60 measurements and has a large display for easy measurement of partially sighted people.