A smart personalized companion giving people with
limited mobility the freedom to connect with the world
People with disabilities
People dependent on wheelchairs
People face severe disabilities
(ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injuries, Cerebral Palsy)
People experience limited connection with their environments due to lack of upper extremity and neck mobility. This leads to a limited field of vision and communication, causing frustration, lack of independence, and lack of social connection.
Before Loro, there were no user-friendly assistive technologies to help these people navigate safely.
Loro is a game changer.
3C’s: Control, Connection, Communication
... the first thing to bring artificial intelligence that is accessible to the disabled. Loro is a game changer.
This device will help me drive
easier especially in reverse or to light a dark pathway, as we as being able to point things out for CNA’s
I’d use it. The pointer would be very handy. Sometimes I get the chair in a position where I can’t see behind me and don’t move for fear of rolling over someone's toes especially in public in a public theater.
It is badly needed. ... ,
We are forced into dependency when we are perfectly capable of independence given the opportunity. Independence of this nature could save millions in-home care and save even more in humiliation and helplessness.