Survey geared towards people with visual impairment
Macula Retina Association and Skylife Engineering aim to develop a smart device which eases the social inclusion of visually impaired people, improving their daily routine. It wants to provide a technical solution for the majority of the case uses identified by the users.

The aim of this survey is to obtain useful information from those users to identify the needs and preferences for the smart device that Skylife Engineering is going to develop.

Can you read Braille?
Would you learn Braille if necessary?
Do you have access to Braille training?
Can you use a typewriter?
Would you learn typewriting if necessary?
Do you have access to typewriting training?
Do you use a hearing aid?
Do you use your mobile phone easily?
Do you use any Application for receiving information from the street or your home? For example, object recognition
Could you indicate which ones?
Your answer
How would you prefer to interact with the device?
If other, please indicate which ones
Your answer
How would you prefer to receive the information from the device?
If other, please indicate which ones
Your answer
Which scenario would you like the device to resolve first?
If other, please indicate which ones
Your answer
What are the main obstacles you usually find within the scenario that you selected in the previous question?
Your answer
What is the main concern that you have while you are in the scenario that you chosed in the previous question?
Your answer
Rate on a scale from 1 (minimum) to 5 (maximum) how much the visually impairment affects to your life.
Very little
Very much
Rate on a scale from 1 (minimum) to 5 (maximum) how much the visually impairment affects you from the emotional point of view.
Very little
Very much
What is your visual acuity in your left eye? (In case you know it)
Your answer
What is your visual acuity in your right eye? (In case you know it)
Your answer
How old are you?
Your answer
What is your pathology?
Your answer
Which country do you live in?
Your answer
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