Indian Tech Startups: A Ray Of Hope To The Differently Abled

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Bangalore: “Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there's a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room I shall be able to see,” said the great Helen Keller once. Being blind is horrifying and tragic but how often do we realize the value of our eyes? No, not every time but maybe only when our eyes spot the visually handicapped.



While most of us today try to build and create technology to make our lives easier, we seldom think about the people who really need assistance to run their daily chores – the differently abled ones. But to the world’s relief, we have talented and creative entrepreneurs in our country who have been constantly striving for the betterment of such people in the recent past. The ‘new-generation’ startups have observed the potentiality of the niche and have innovated to a great extent by inventing smartphones for the visually challenged, smart watches that detect the emotions of autistic and devices to help the paralyzed ones access internet.



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