How tech helped this legally blind woman become a coder

MaRS startups are making innovation mean something—improving people’s lives through technologies designed to make the world a better place.

Hamilton student Rahma Ali was born with cataracts. At 22 years old, she was determined to become a coder but limited vision stood in her way. Once she got the help of Toronto-developed eSight glasses, she gained the vision that she needed to not only learn to code and achieve her goal of making technology inclusive for all, but was able to enjoy life to the fullest and see definition for the first time.

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