Pitches

Selected for grant

The following Pitches, made to Closed Challenges in this Place, have been selected to receive a €30k grant and six months of mentoring to develop their project further.

Feelif - Feeling Life

Last edited on 21/12/2017

Feelif d.o.o.

for Level the playing field for vision impaired students

We are the worldwide first provider of multisensory digital games and educational content for the blind and visually impaired.


Submitted pitches

Entrepreneurs and social innovators recently submitted the following Pitches for these Challenges

Challenge: Level the playing field for vision impaired students

EyeSense - your personal companion

Last edited on 20/12/2017

EyeSense Solutions

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

A revolutionary personal companion for the blind and visually impaired to pursue a joyful life with more independence

Free2Learn

Last edited on 15/12/2017

SciFY - Science For You

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

We will create an electronic toolset for students with visual impairments and their teachers and offer it for free. Free2Learn will allow students follow lectures: visually impaired students will be able to see what is on the interactive board on their PC screen and read texts on their smartphone/tablet. They will create electronic educational games, and play with their non-blind friends!

NaviLens

Last edited on 21/12/2017

NEOSISTEC

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

Promotion of inclusion and improvement of the pedagogical, descriptive and social dimensions for blind or visually impaired children in schools through the application of Navilens-based solutions.

Louie - an audio-braille content creation platform

Last edited on 21/12/2017

Thinkerbell Labs

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

Louie is an audio-braille content create platform that will assist teachers to make educational content and deliver them on refreshable braille displays (RBD). RBDs go a long way in the education of the visually impaired as the medium for information consumption but a huge issue is that of availability of custom content which along with audio, can bring out the best in these devices for education.

3D printed TIB for blind and VI children

Last edited on 21/12/2017

Elementary School Pecine, Rijeka

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

The first Croatian 3D printed TIB inspired by the stories of the famous Croatian children`s writer Ivana Brlić Mažuranić. In addition to the book, an audio book version of the story is included. The audio book is triggered via RFID chip technology, in interaction with a smartphone.

Game for everyone

Last edited on 21/12/2017

izzuu.com

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

Create applications game that can be played by the sighted and blind.

ABC Maestro – Hear and Feel What You Type

Last edited on 21/12/2017

E-Glas

Submitted to Level the playing field for vision impaired students

The project aims at further development of the ABC Maestro software and manufacturing of physical 3D tactile components for keyboards. The whole ABC Meastro Bundle will enable blind and visually impaired students to become more independent computer users.