Tickbird gives instructions with audio, which indicates where buttons are and what steps a user must take in order to scan prescriptions. Furthermore, Tickbird is compatible with Apple Accessibility.
Since it is compatible with Apple Accessibility, Tickbird knows when a picture is adequate. If an image is blurry, illegible, or otherwise imperfect, Tickbird will prompt the user to rescan the image. Furthermore, while scanning, once a readible prescription is within the camera's scope, Tickbird will notify the user to take the image.
Nope! Tickbird allows you to make a personalized account where your past prescriptions are saved and can be heard with the tap of a button.
Currently, there are millions of visually impaired patients who require prescriptions, but doctors are unaccommodating, as only 1% of hospitals offer Braille or audio prescriptions. Additionlly, Tickbird aims to promote self-reliance for visually impaired patients and enable them to independently understand what medicine they need to take, without needing assistance from a caretaker who may not always be present.