Chemiumʼs HUF 800 mln solution to help disabled users

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Hungarian high-tech company Chemium yesterday unveiled an HUF 800 mln solution to help people with disabilities use the internet. Chemium is employing transcoder software to assist people with impaired sight, color blindness, epilepsy and other physical disabilities.

The service will start test operation at eselyegyenlito.hu within a month and a half. Chemium won a HUF 558 mln European Union and government grant for the project, said company representative György Báthory.

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