Opening everyone’s eyes to visual impairment
Often confused with blindness, or ametropia, visual impairment remains little known by the general public. That is why Streetlab designs, develops and offers to the public and private sectors playful and immersive awareness tools with the aim of:
• Making the general public aware of visual impairment
• Changing and evolving their behaviours
• Offering playful experiences through innovative tools
Responding to societal issues
Low vision expertise
Playful and innovative communication tools
Vis ma Vue (See my Sight)
In 2011, more than 2,400 schoolchildren and 2,200 high school students suffered from visual impairments.
Developed with the support of the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research (Digital Direction for Education), “Vis ma Vue” is a serious game for awareness on visual impairment.
This tool was designed to enable teachers to address the issue of visual impairment with their students by making them aware of the variety of visual impairments and the difficulties encountered by visually impaired students.
In the corporate world, visual impairment can very often create embarrassment, misunderstanding and even fears on the part of colleagues and managers because of a lack of knowledge on the subject.
Eye-Learn has been developed with the aim of making the general public more aware of the difficulties faced by the visually impaired.