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NaviLens Launches Accessible QR Codes, Revolutionizing Digital Accessibility

Spanish firm NaviLens introduces Accessible QR Codes designed for visually impaired and general users, underlining global commitment to accessibility and technological innovation.

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NaviLens Launches Accessible QR Codes, Revolutionizing Digital Accessibility

Spanish company NaviLens has introduced an innovation in digital accessibility with its Accessible QR Codes. These codes, distinguished by a lively colored frame, are designed to be easily used by visually impaired people and the general public alike. They enable quick access to links, documents, and websites and are characterized by the ability to be read on the go, from a distance of up to five meters and under a wide viewing angle.

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Empowering the Visually Impaired

Javier Pita, the CEO and founder of the company, has emphasized that the aim of these codes is to increase accessibility in the world for blind or low vision individuals and simplify the QR usage experience for all users. The Accessible QR Codes can be generated for free and automatically, benefiting a variety of users and businesses.

Guarding Against QRishing

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One of the most significant features is the Anti QRishing Protection, which safeguards against malicious modifications and fraudulent use. NaviLens technology, already adopted in various places around the world, includes codes on transport and places of interest and is compatible with the NaviLens and NaviLens GO apps.

Global Accessibility and Technological Innovation

These apps are compatible with Android and iOS and can detect codes from a distance of up to 20 meters and in 36 languages, demonstrating NaviLens' commitment to global accessibility and technological innovation. The content was rewritten with the assistance of an AI based on information from Europa Press and reviewed by a journalist and an editor.

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