OrCam, is an assistive device for the visually impaired that can aid them navigate, identify objects and convey writing into sound. The device uses a mini-camera, earpiece and a phone-sized computer to assist the blind through everyday activities. It already recognizes specific objects automatically, like buses, traffic lights and soda cans to cereal boxes. It also has the ability to save new instructions. All the user has to do is place new objects or new places visited and wave their hand in front of the device, while simultaneously saying what/where it is to save it. For reading and identifying, all the user has to do is point a finger on the print; object or location and the camera will recognize all of these things and turns it into audio. What really is impressive, is that it is not visual impairment specific and can help all blind people.