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LowViz Guide

Indoor Navigation For The Visually Impaired

A public service of Macular Degeneration Support.

Indoor navigation enables users to find their way around large meeting spaces and to always take shortest routes. Using an iPhone or iPad with voice activation, LowViz Guide facilitates orientation and safety, eliminating frustration with unfamiliar venues.

Download free from AppStore

(Currently customized for most recent event.)

Images of smart phone screens Meeting Room 15 is to your right 30 feet. Men's restroom is behind you 55 feet.

Designed for MD Support byindoor logo


Features:
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  • Get only the information that you want by personalizing when, how and how much information you receive
  • Search Points of Interest and get directions directly to them
  • Metric and imperial measurement settings
  • And many more, all designed to take the stress out of navigating through often-confusing conference venues.

The user is guided by a combination of positioning algorithms, Bluetooth low-energy beacons, and a free mobile app on an iPhone or iPad. Routing-by-voice is available through the use of the smart phone’s accessibility feature.

Wayfinding technology is being installed permanently worldwide in malls, museums, airports, and subways. LowViz Guide is the first and only system custom made for installation at conferences and seminars.

Apply to request LowViz Guide for your event.


Important Information–Read Before Using the LowViz Guide App

Instructions for Use

Frequently Asked Questions

What You Need To Know Ahead of Time


Audiovisual Demonstration:Video capture and link to video

We are pleased to serve the following organizations in 2016:

  • Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians
  • American Council of the Blind
  • Blinded Veterans Association
  • California Council of the Blind
  • Foundation Fighting Blindness
  • National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut
  • National Federation of the Blind of New Jersey
  • National Federation of the Blind of Massachusetts
  • Texas Council of the Blind
  • Missouri Council of the Blind
  • Ohio Council of the Blind
  • Pennsylvania Council of the Blind

LowViz Guide in the Media:


Reviews from users:

“I can’t thank you enough for your great support at the Blinded Veterans Association Convention. I heard many great comments about the LowViz Guide.” – Christina Hitchcock, Convention Manager

“I want to sincerely thank you for everything you did to make our wayfinding experience a perfect Portland adventure! I loved having such a reliable and new tool to navigate the hotel!” – Michelle Miller, Secretary, Alumni Association Board of Directors, Guide Dogs for the Blind

“I wish to convey the organization’s sincere appreciation for the demonstration and temporary installation of MD Support’s LowViz Guide app during our Annual Conference and Convention. Your group’s service contributed to one of the most successful conference and conventions the organization has held in recent times.” – Gene Lozano, 1st VP, California Council of the Blind

“Amazing!” — Percy

“This is great, not only for people who are visually-challenged, but for sighted people like me who are directionally-challenged.” — Holly

“I have always thought something like this needed to be done, and now here it is.” — David

“I’m definitely going to use this!” — Bill

“I like this, because it’s subtle. No one has to know I’m visually impaired.” – Maura

“I’ve never heard of anything like this before. It’s fantastic.”— Adam


Funding for LowViz Guide is generously provided by:

MD Foundation link

Genentech link