The Vivid-Pix Blog has an interesting story telling how the company installed the Vivid-Pix Memory Station photo digitizing and restoration system to help seniors reminisce and reconnect with loved ones through photography to help reduce dementia. This is especially interesting because the city (Rochester, New York) is the birthplace of modern photography.
The same article briefly describes Memory Station, a one-click scanner/software bundle from Vivid-Pix that helps people digitize, restore, and save precious print images without sending them to a scanning service.
Here is a quote from the article that I consider to be especially relevant:
“By engaging with residents and listening to their insights, we create content that helps them learn and use technology,” described Rick Voight, CEO, Vivid-Pix. “Computers are intimidating. By listening to users, creating clear instructions and motivation, we engage residents to do something they want to do – pull photos from the closet and relive cherished memories. We also get to hear wonderful stories!”
You can read Vivid-Pix Helps Seniors “Tell Your Story” in Rochester, NY at: https://www.vivid-pix.com/blog/vivid-pix-helps-seniors-tell-your-story-in-rochester-ny-the-city-that-brought-photography-to-the-world/