I have low vision, so I built an app to help others – BBC

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Rebecca Rosenberg, who has an uncorrectable visual impairment, found that there was no suitable technology to help her.
She decided to create ReBokeh, an app which has adjustable smartphone camera filters to allow users to change how things look, and navigate the world more easily.
Ms Rosenberg hopes it will help other people with low vision.
BBC Click’s Paul Carter reports.
See more at Click's website and @BBCClick.
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