Chennai engineer who makes software accessible for people with disabilities
Muthuraj D from Bengaluru can change any kind of software to suit the needs of persons with disabilities.
He is now in charge of a project that can make buses and bus-stops accessible to people with disabilities.
Muthuraj D has developed over eight technologies, some of which have been adapted by big companies like Bosch.
Two years ago, he worked with technology company Mindtree and IIT Madras to develop Kavi that is used by people with severe disabilities.
His innovations cost Rs 5,000 and less which makes them easy to afford.
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