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WRTV interviews HaptImage inventors

WRTV interviews HaptImage inventors

Photo of cells on screen
There are no limitations in this lab.

Ting Zhang is finding new ways to remove obstacles at the workplace. She’s a graduate student at Purdue University's School of Industrial Engineering.

"This will make a difference for people with disabilities," Ting said.

HaptImage, a Purdue University graduate student startup, is behind the technology which includes a controller and software. It allows people with a visual impairment to recognize what's on the screen and in the end pursue their careers whether in a forensics lab, architecture or social media.

Full article: Purdue graduate student startup develops high-tech devices (by Rafael Sánchez, WRTV-6 Indianapolis, April 22, 2019)

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