RightHear CEO Idan Meir’s ‘Internet of Senses Institute’ Podcast Interview by Tyler Heaton

In a recent interview with sound expert Tyler Heaton, we gained valuable insights into the world of accessibility through the eyes of Idan Meir, Co-Founder and CEO of RightHear. This conversation delves into the genesis of RightHear, its universal utility, the role of other senses, and the global mission driving the company.

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The Genesis of RightHear

Idan Meir shares the inspiration behind RightHear, emphasizing the critical need for improved orientation for the visually impaired in public spaces. The company’s origins lie in a genuine commitment to breaking down barriers and fostering inclusivity.

Utility for All

RightHear isn’t just for individuals; it’s a game-changer for businesses and public spaces too. Beyond enhancing independence for those with visual impairments, it presents a compelling case for increased patronage and positive engagement.

Engaging Multiple Senses

The interview explores the importance of sound and touch in the accessibility journey. RightHear goes beyond visual cues, ensuring a comprehensive experience by engaging multiple senses.

Global Mission – One Building at a Time

Rooted in a belief in boundless accessibility, RightHear’s global mission is clear – to make the world more accessible ‘one building at a time.’ This commitment reflects the company’s dedication to creating positive change on a global scale.

Watch the full interview below

Stay tuned for more updates on RightHear’s journey as we strive to make the world a more inclusive place for everyone.