The Sensory Interface project aims to help people with certain disabilities (visual impairment, dyscalculia, ADHD) understand tabular numerical data such as spreadsheets.


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In today’s world, where data is ubiquitous, we view data accessibility as a basic human right. The Sensory Interface project aims to provide an interface to numerical data for any purpose, be it Scientific Research, Software Development, Education etc.

This data is typically visualized using graphs, charts, heatmaps etc. You could think of these visualizations as the visual interface to the data. We aim to provide a multi-sensory interface to the data. This interface uses sound and touch, in addition to the visual channel, as a means to convey the same underlying data.

Our hope is that by doing this, we will make work in fields such as Scientific Research, Data Science and Machine Learning accessible to people with certain disabilities.

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1. Go to our tutorial




2. Define your graph




3. Start using it!



The team


Ofer bartal

Ofer bartal

Software engineer, X-Googler, Co-founder at WakkaWorks(www.wakkaworks.com) to help people learn and work in software

Mohammad Suliman

Mohammad Suliman

Software developer, B.Sc in Computer Science from Technion, blind and wants to help other blind people in STEM education