Clevy Contrast Keyboard for visual impairment
What is visual impairment
Visual impairment refers to a condition where someone has difficulty seeing or is unable to see. This can be a congenital condition, meaning it is present from birth, or it can develop later in life. Visual impairment can range from mild to severe and can have various causes such as injury, disease, or genetic factors.
Examples of visual impairments
Why assistive technology matters
Many people globally are affected by a form of visual impairment and have to depend on the help of others. Being able to have access to the digital world can therefore be a huge benefit to them, as it can provide independence and make them feel more involved in society. That is why we believe in the future of assistive technology for people with visual impairment.
How Clevy can help with a visual impairment
Many different assistive technologies already exist to help people with certain types of visual impairments. Clevy is an adaptive keyboard that is strong and easy to use. This keyboard has very visible, extra-large keys. The Clevy Keyboard can be expanded with the add-on Clevy Keyguard. This Keyguard protects the keys against the hands and allows someone to rest their hands on the keyboard without pressing all the keys accidentally.
Clevy Contrast Keyboard
The keys on Clevy Contrast Keyboard are 30% bigger and the characters on them even up to 4 times as big as those on an average keyboard. The keys of Clevy Contrast Keyboard are arranged vertically to make the appearance of this keyboard less cluttered. Unnecessary and distracting keys are left out.