Last week, we held a demonstration of the prototype device Perkins Case for employees of the the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults, which is engaged in the support of deafblind people. The meeting was attended by more than 20 people from whom we received good positive feedback about the prospects for the Perkins Case device and its necessity.
Also in the center for two days, we conducted testing with Ryan Vlazny, this is the deaf-blind ward of the Helen Keller Center. The results are just amazing: the next day after studying the instructions, Ryan spoke easily, quickly and almost without mistakes, using the device, given that that he only studied Braille for a few months.
Once again, we want to thank the staff of the National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults for the opportunity to test our devices here.
Check out photos and videos from testing.