SAMSUNG launches Good Vibes, Relumino App for Divyang people, know how to work
The company has partnered with the National Blind Association of Delhi (NAB). She will provide Gear VR (Virtual Reality Headset) and Galaxy Note 9 phones to NAB. SAMSUNG launches Good Vibes, Relumino App for Divyang people, know how to work company unveiled the ‘Good Vibes‘ and ‘Relumino‘ on Monday. Good vibes have been developed in the country itself. This app uses Morse code to convert or contrast Vibration (waves) to written or oral message. In Morse code, deaf-blind persons send messages via dot (dot) and dash (hyphen). The app captures it as writing or voice.
We have partnered with Sense India to spread the good vibes to the deaf and blind across the country,” Samsung India vice-president Trivikram Thakore told reporters here. We have held workshops in Delhi and Bangalore with teachers, deaf-blind and their assistants using this app.
Thakore said that it has taken more than two years to develop this app. Its first form allowed two deaf-blind people to communicate among themselves, but in its new form it could also communicate with its assistants/carers, whether they were near or not. The company is pre-installing good vibes in its Galaxy A20 phone.
The company’s employees have also developed the second app ‘Relumino’ under the global C-Lab program. This is to help people who have lost more than 50 percent of their vision. This app makes a picture big and small to show it clearly. At the same time, his drawing shows the rise. At the same time, it also adjusts the colors of the picture and the brightness.
The company has partnered with the National Blind Association of Delhi (NAB). She will provide Gear VR (Virtual Reality Headset) and Galaxy Note 9 phones to NAB. NAB will use these with the visually impaired students in classrooms where they will be able to see better with its help. This will improve their learning abilities. The company said that according to the World Health Organization’s 2017 data, 217 million people are blind and 14 million are blind.