We released a new version of Corvus 2021.1.0. with focus on time functions. It brings stopwatch, countdown timer, automatic time announcer and a new alarm but also a possibility to read documents in doc, pdf, rtf, epub, ppt and many other improvements. For more information about this version see here.
The Slovak President Andrej Kiska himself paid us a visit in our sheltered workshop. It was an unrepeatable experience with the charismatic and sympathetic person who provided us with a lot of positive energy and hope. Thank you Mr. President and thanks also to your fabulous team.
Wote for COrvus and support us in audience price in social innovations competition SozialMarie granted by Unruhe Privatstiftung foundation.
COrvus version 1.4.0 with lots of new features and improvements is out. It contains sports application which is an application for amatheur and professional athletes, Tagger can be used to label and identify objects and documents using tiny adhesive QR tags which you can buy or prepare on your standard printer. For more information about all new features and improvements in this version can be found here.
We are happy to announce that COrvus is now one of 16 semifinalists in Inclusion and Empowerment category of World Summit Awards competition.
We presented COrvus on pre-christmas mashup #6 in Impact HUB Bratislava as social business created in workshop of Stopka n. o.
Nomination of COrvus in World Summit Awards competition in Inclusion and Empowerment category as the best project from Slovakia.
Big celebration in our team! We took the first place in competition (category: Technology for GOOD) organized by biggest Slovakian business incubator in impact Hub Bratislava. Thanks to organizers and to all our fans.
We presented our case-study during 9th Annual IT & Telco Conference 2016 in Bratislava.
We are finalists in prestigious Slovak competition STARTUP AWARDS 2016! We are one of three best startups in category Society and preparing for big final evening which will happen on 2. december.
Teiresiás Center at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, organized this year's second round of ICT workshops for persons with visual impairment, we were again among workshop leaders of this popular event.