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In the future, the visually impaired use NFC applications for a variety of purposes, including recognition of spoken item product information on of food or medicine packaging, personal reminders, calendars or spoken manuals for household appliances.

Mobile devices typically are unbeatable when it comes to the daily IT-based services, as they always flexible in the hand and the threshold for the use is low in all age groups. Solutions for equipment already developed part of daily life, become popular quickly.

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