Accessibility allows us to tap into everyone's potential.

~ Debra Ruh

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Redefining Accessibility

For Emerging Technology

Haptics DAO is more than just a

Our group believes that human centric design is a precedent for all forms of innovation. This is true across all emerging technologies in any sector, not just distributed ledger technologies. As the world becomes more digital, we need to take a step back and evaluate any barriers that exist for individuals.

Our products are designed to allow individuals to participate in the digital world that continues to evolve. This includes various protocols in the distributed ledger and blockchain space, as the internet evolves into the verifiable web.
We offer a seamless experience powered by voice command, haptic feedback, and audio feedback. The brain of our system lies in the AI engine, which accurately maps input to user intent. The flow of our product consists of being able to communicate with the app to easily learn the features and capabilities. We take user feedback seriously, we will all be learning and growing together with each iteration of our products.

We believe accessibility should be designed from the beginning, not as an afterthought.

Earth with blue continents and white sea.

16% Of The World Has Some Form Of Disability...

There are billions of individuals globally who are unable to access and benefit from existing technology and forthcoming innovations due to a lack of accessibility. We should not port existing problems to the next iteration of the internet. Instead, let us commit to empowering every individual by dismantling these obstacles, ensuring technology enhances the inherent dignity and potential of everyone.

Noteworthy Statistics

Accessibility is multidimensional. Disability is along a spectrum. There are different requirements for different groups that require specific accommodations. Furthermore, disabilities can embodying experiences that span multiple categories.


Of current websites are inaccessible for individuals who rely on assistive technology

AbilityNet Reference

900 Million

Individuals with hearing loss by 2050

World Health Organization

2.2 Billion

Blind or Visually Impaired Globally (...and rising)

World Health Organization

95 Million

Indiviudals will be 65 or older by 2060, doubling the current figure

Population Reference Bureau

App Design

We designed the UI as a relatively simple, straightforward experience. Audio instructions are present at the top of every component in order to provide guidance on how to use that page. A separate tab will be available to list all possible voice commands and operations supported by our application. Visit our features page to learn more about what you can do with our application. Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest developments and updates as we work to launch our product.

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Accessibility. Inclusion. Empowerment.



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