Description of App
Reach your destination effortlessly.
OKO is a smart(*) camera app that helps you explore your surroundings with real-time feedback. With it, you can know the state of the pedestrian traffic light.
At an intersection, the pedestrian traffic light function gives you the state of the pedestrian light by playing haptics and audio feedback, similar to a physical APS system.
OKO is closely co-developed with blind and visually impaired users.
OKO practices privacy by design. Anything visible through the camera is processed and never leaves your device, unless you decide to share your data with us to improve the application and remove false positive detections (**).
Do you have feedback, questions or feature requests?
Contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
(*) OKO works best in good weather conditions during daylight. OKO will only inform you of the state of the pedestrian traffic light when it is visible and not being blocked by another object.
(**) You can decide to share the images detected by the application with us by going to the OKO camera settings and activating the "Share images anonymously" option.
is it only for traffic light?
well, is it only for recognize traffic light?
or it can help us to know more things around.
i hope it can be helping us to play video games on PC or any gaming console
As far as I know it's just for trafic lights.
We're not able to play games with AI, yet.
Gave the app a test run
Went on a walk today and made two street crossings at lighted intersections. This app worked as advertised both times.
There appears to be about a one second lag from when the light changes to when the app switches haptics. I find that to be remarkably fast, much better than relying on the sounds of traffic alone. The lights in my area have an annoying tendency to take forever to change after hitting the button, and they also like to change when there are no cars around, making the crossing more difficult than it should be.
Works Great for me
This app does exactly what it is supposed to do.
Thanks to the developers for this one.