- Get NaviLens or NaviLens GO on your smartphone.
- Click on any of the Show Tag buttons below and then scan each tag displayed.
- You’ll need to display the tags on a screen other than the device running NaviLens (GO) or print the pdf version of the table below and scan tags on it
|#||NaviLens tag||Venue - Purpose||Tag location||Scan - Features||Post or Source|
|1||Packaging - Product location and information||Kellogg's cereal boxes (UK)||Scan with NaviLens GO or NaviLens to see or hear information||
Kellogg’s Accessible Cereal Boxes
|2||Museum, artwork||Next to display - artwork, object, etc||Scan with NaviLens - you'll hear a short description of an artwork (in the language of your phone) and be able to click on a link to hear an extended audio description of the artwork.|
Scan with NaviLens GO - see/hear multimedia, more.
Learn more -> Click the Post link to the right.
|Accessible artwork at the NGA|
|3||Text and multiple language text and audio||Many places||Scan with NaviLens. It can automatically translate and speak text in 33 languages using Google Translate||NaviLens in Spanish|
|4||Assistive technology |
Useful for all students and parents
|Tag on TI talking calculator|
Tags can be tiny: ½” (12 mm)
|Scan with NaviLens - speaks helpful information + links to pdf (accessible Quick Start Guide)|
Scan with NaviLens GO - shares additional information and links to resources for TVIs, parents, and students
|NaviLens Tags for Assistive Technology|
|5||Any building - Informational||Sign on girls restroom door||Scan with NaviLens to help navigate to restroom and listen to layout of restroom on approach from 5' to 30' away||Audio described restrooms|
|6||School & home - learning practice|
Tags are very small: 3/4” (19 mm)
|On math flashcards||NaviLens tags can speak math fact questions and math facts with answers|
For blind & visually impaired students NaviLens technology can help students practice Nemeth and UEB math along with learning math facts
|Super flashcards - Math facts|