An entrepreneur-led model where the persons with physically impairments, especially the paralyzed, can access medical services from Community Digital Information and Service Booths (CDISBs) both physically and using telemedicine support, and can also procure assistive equipment.
DAISY standard braille books (using Unicode text) and audio clips (which any ordinary MP3 player can play) for all text books for classes 1 to 8 and for humanities only for classes 9 to 10 allowing the students with visually impairments and the illiterate to continue studies.
Alow-cost, portable electronic device to convert written text in Bangla and English into braille dots on the surface of the device which the visually impaired persons can then read by touching.
A full-text, full-audio, Bengali-to-English, Bengali-to-Bengali and English-to-Bengali multimedia dictionary with Unicode text that is compatible for android phone, computer, and other media players.
A mobile application that detects location using GPS tracking technology and provides direction to the visually impaired as audio messages referring to important landmarks and giving warning messages in case the person is moving in the wrong direction.
A smart electronic device, powered by rechargeable battery, preloaded with voice commands, and activated by the speech impaired helping them to easily communicate frequently used messages to the general mass who might not be versed in sign language.
A hand glove-shaped device which can convert sign language gestures into text and show that on amini-LED display screen allowing ordinary people to communicate better with persons with speech impairments without having to learn sign language.
An online interactive multimedia tutorial and an entertainment platform that will guide a deaf learner in using light and vibration to express feelings and give them step-by-step lessons in gesture-based grammar.
Alocally designed and developed 3D printer which uses rapid prototyping technology to develop ultra-low-cost, customized artificial limbs and other objects using more than 29 types of raw materials.
A locally developed,user-friendly, low-cost, high-performance wheelchair for the physically challenged which can be controlled using both buttons and motion sensing by any Android based device.
A mobile app for screening autistic children (based on a smart algorithm) assessed by physicians and by the app, which will also include an online repository of suggestions, tips and tools for autistic children and their parents.
An intelligent video game app that children with learning difficulties can easily use and learn alphabets and numerical in both English and Bangla by looking at 3D imagery of letters and numbers in the screen of handheld device or desktop computer.