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Vision Beyond

To restore the gift of vision to every Special human being.

Yashovardhan Kothari

Visionary & Co-Founder

Yashovardhan is currently 17 years old and studying in B.D. Somani International School; he was previously studying in Dhirubhai Ambani International School. Currently, he is in the 11th grade and is pursuing physics, maths and geography at the higher level. 

 

Dev Kapashi

Visionary & Co-Founder

Dev is 17 years old and has completed the IGCSE course in grade 9 and 10. He is currently doing the IB diploma at the Dhirubhai Ambani International School and will graduate with the diploma in 2021

 

 

Dhruv Jhaveri

Visionary & Co- Founder

Dhruv is 17 years old and has completed the IGCSE course from grade 9 to 10. He is now pursuing physics, chemistry and maths at the higher level in the IB Diploma Programme at the Dhirubhai Ambani International School and will graduate with the diploma in 2021. 

 

Vision

Yashovardhan Kothari             

Yashovardhan Kothari

Vision:

VisionBeyond stands testament to the many hours and hard work Dev, Dhruv and I put in to effect positive change in society. Our brainchild embodies every characteristic of a game soon to be made universally available - affordable, portable and user friendly. Its genesis stems from our intent to include Dhruv’s brother Moksh in our doings and games. 

Dhruv’s brother has been visually challenged since birth, which often precluded him experiencing the world like us. Our initiative that rose from our compelling need to entertain and involve Moksh, soon enough led to us three collaborating on an exciting journey: to create a level playing field for those who are so challenged.Through this game, we hope to increase society’s interactions with the visually challenged, bring those impacted into the mainstream, and make them feel less alienated. I hope that our endeavour helps propagate enduring change in our community and impacts the lives of those denied the joy and learning outcomes embedded in simple board games.

 

Dev kapashi 

Vision:

Dhruv has been my friend for the past 12 years and I have gotten to know his brother, Moksh who is visually impaired, equally as well over that period of time. Over the years, on spending time with Moksh, I, along with Dhruv and Yashovardhan came to a realization that there weren’t enough board games that catered to every need of a visually impaired player. They would show flaws such as their lack of portability and high complexity. Therefore, it became our mission to create a game that would satisfy the basic requirements of visually impared people by creating a user friendly, electronically run game. My vision for the game is to create a product that would be sold in the market making it readily available to visually impaired people. Being a trivia game, it would be ideal if it would be adopted by NGOs or visually impaired centres so that children and adults could be entertained by it. 

 

Dhruv Jhaveri

Vision: 

My brother Moksh is visually impaired since birth. Over the years I have noticed that there is a shortage of board games for the visually impaired and all the games on the market are rather expensive. In fact most of the games we had were from the UK or USA since the Indian market sells no such games. Therefore, while brainstorming with my friends Dev and Yashovardhan, we decided to create a technology based general knowledge game so that enjoyment and learning can take place simultaneously. The game is easy to use and involves technology-based learning so that everyone can play together. So ultimately, my vision for the game is such that the game can reach schools and NGOs for the visually impaired all over the city so that the children there can enjoy playing it. Even though my brother has fortunately been able to access and play games for the visually impaired, even the others should be given an opportunity to play and experience them. Therefore, our game provides a great platform for this cause.