Codeless, an app that lets users with disabilities feel less deprived of their mobility, is launching a new app that makes people feel less disoriented when they have to walk through busy intersections, according to a video on the Codeless website.
The app’s developer, Mike Nutter, describes his project as a way for people to feel less isolated and more connected to others, and said it can be used for everything from people with autism to people with cerebral palsy.
It works by creating an app with a “smart interface” that allows you to “see your surroundings,” he said.
It lets you see the traffic lights, the path you need to take, the signs you need help with, and more.
Nutter’s app will be available in the US and Canada in early 2018.
“Our goal is to create a simple app that will make people feel like they’re not alone,” he told me in an email.
The problem with people who are blind or visually impaired, Nutter said, is that they can’t make the transition to other people, and that’s not the case with Codeless.
“We want to make it so that people can have a sense of security about what they’re going to do with their life,” he explained.
The idea of Codeless was born from Nutter’s own experience as a person with a visual impairment.
Nuts experience as blind led him to look for a way to help others with disabilities, which led him and his wife, Jennifer, to create Codeless to make a simple but effective way to do so.
In 2013, Nuts was diagnosed with a form of retinitis pigmentosa, which is an autoimmune disease that damages the retina.
It affects a large number of people, including those with epilepsy and autism, as well as those with spinal cord injuries.
He’s since become the co-creator of a website that uses computer technology to help people find their way around the world.
Nuts is also the cofounder of the company Codeless Software, which makes a wide range of apps that make sense of the world around them, including Codeless and Codeless Walk.
In the video, Nutters describes how he first found out about Codeless when he was on the road with his wife and daughter.
“They were walking in the middle of the street and suddenly I saw this bright red light, and they couldn’t see what was going on.
So I started asking them what was happening, and their response was that it was because the street was closed and they had to be at the right place at the wrong time,” he says in the video.”
I think there’s a lot of us who feel like we have this thing that we can’t get out of, so when something like this happens to someone else, we need to make sure that they have a safety net.
It’s kind of like, if you were blind and your parents were not able to see you, would you feel more safe in your own home?
So I guess that’s the idea.”
To make Codeless feel more personal and useful, Nills software lets you create your own map and then upload it to the Codable app.
You can choose to use a real location and the location will be displayed on the app, so it’s not like someone has mapped it for you.
You’ll also be able to set a timer to allow you to make your way to your destination, which will let you know how long it’ll take to reach it.
“It’s actually really simple to use,” Nutter says in his video.
“You’ll have the map in your phone.
You’ll have to hold down the map button.
Then you can set your destination time.
You can set the speed of the walk, which you can control.
So you can really just go and make your own maps.”
When I asked Nutter what he would recommend to people who use Codeless at home, he told us that it’s a great way to give them a sense that they are part of the community.
“If you’re having a hard time navigating through crowds and things like that, Codeless has a way of showing you where you can go,” he explains.
“So you can have that real feeling of having that connection, because you’re able to be with people and not just see them in a virtual space.”