RAY device is the best multi-purpose assistive tool for The Blind, Visual Impaired and their family members. RAY is the world’s only connected device and integrated internet services developed specially for the blind, from its unique eye-free operation to our specialized built-in apps and content. This affordable, integrated device replaces multiple expensive and complex accessories required for essential communication, orientation, daily routine tasks and entertainment. In addition to feature-reach set of remote, internet based, assistance tools, interactive help and anytime family support just a click away.
The Smartphone era – driven by device manufacturers, software and application developers – has brought users worldwide affordable advanced communication with access to information and services like never before. Project RAY set out to bring these same lifestyle improvements to the blind and visually impaired, within a single affordable smartphone device tailored from the ground up for the unique needs of the community – from the operating system to the user interface and specialized content services. Now blind and visually impaired people worldwide can enjoy the latest in advanced communication services, daily independence and spontaneous lifestyle with mobile access to services and information that we all take for granted in today’s smartphone world.
RAY is the world’s first smartphone specially designed for eye-free operation – from its unique operating system and eye-free user experience to its specialized built-in content.
The single, affordable devices features multiple advanced services including voice calls, email, messaging, contact list services, calendar, GPS navigation, advanced WEB remote assistance, voice recorder, panic and emergency services, audio-digital library, color identification, pictures transcription, banknote recognition, and more – all within an intuitive eye-free experience operated by touch and sound-only interaction.
RAY devices feature a common user interface across all system functions, apps and services. This enables the more and less tech savvy blind and visually impaired to enjoy the lifestyle improvements that we all take for granted in today’s smartphone world: greater independence, spontaneity and accessibility to services we use daily.