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CookieSmart is helping to build a better future for everyone.   Our mobile applications make a difference in the lives of people around the world. Our application Cybel is a talking television remote that uses the VoiceOver accessibility feature to allow elderly, visually impaired and blind users to take control of their televisions. The concept won first prize in one of IC Tomorrow’s Digital Innovation Competition 2012, received subsequent funding from the RNIB and development support from Virgin TiVo. Our latest project the Telepathology application won a 2013 IC Tomorrow Digital Innovation Competition and is off to a great start. The Telepathology application will help doctors in the 3rd world communicate and receive consultations from first world...

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Telepathology

Saves Time and Saves Lives

Open Mobile Telepathology is a mobile application that enables communication of tissue biopsy slides between clinicians in Haiti and consultants in the United States and the United Kingdom.   We are currently in the trial phase where we will  aim to prove that slides can be transferred using the app and website created.  Following this transfer, we further aim to prove that a good telepathology consultation can be made with a concordance rate of at least 90%.  With 90% representing a rate similar to that of a normal light microscope.   The technical trial is being conducted at the BioBank at UCLH. Following this trial we are organizing a field test of the mobile application in Haiti.  This test is scheduled for the 14th of November 2013.   The field test will be conducted in Cap-Haitian, with young Haitian residents.  For the first 3 days of the test a senior pathologist from Integrated Medical Professionals in New York will prepare slides and a representative of CookieSmart LTD will be on hand to guide the residents through the process of loading the...

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Cybel

Talking Set Top Box Remote Application

Modern televisions and set-top boxes have a huge range of useful functionality; unfortunately for the almost 2 million people in the UK that are visually impaired many of these functions are inaccessible. It was with this in mind that IC tomorrow and the Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) set a challenge that would make television more accessible through an application or service for the visually impaired and blind. When Louis-Joseph Auguste heard about the challenge, he was keen to see if he could come up with a solution as he not only has a passion for film and television, but his own grandfather was blind. He remembers his daily struggle to listen to the television news by searching for the TV dial, then listening to check that he recognised the voice and had found the right channel. “The IC tomorrow Digital Innovation Contest – TV and Film contest struck a chord with me because it involved my love of broadcast media and let me draw upon my personal experience with my grandfather,” explains Louis-Joseph. “After reading each of the challenge briefs I settled on the Accessibility and...

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