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VisioLab

Since January 2017 Visio has a quick way to test and explore (technological) trends on usability and practicality for visually impaired people: the so-called VisioLab.

VisioLab is characterised by its short-term pilots/studies from four to a maximum of twenty weeks to explore new, mostly technological, developments. At the end it always provides a clear result, like a prototype, a follow-up project or a recommendation report.

VisioLab is not a physical lab; the pilots take place in various locations of Visio in the Netherlands. Below you’ll find the studies which are being researched in VisioLab.

If you want more information or have any ideas, do not hesitate to contact Lianne Noteboom, project leader VisioLab (liannenoteboom@visio.org).

Recent studies VisioLab

HoloLens
Beam
Paro
Activity tracking
SenseMath
3D printing
Phonotonic
Programming curriculum