‘Many visually impaired individuals face challenges accessing visual digital content’ Kim Ju-Yoon, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Dot Research suggests that approximately 15% of the world's population faces disabilities, with around 3.4% of individuals specifically dealing with visual impairment. Breaking down barriers is crucial for improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities. The issue of accessibility strongly aligns with the Sustainable Development Goal 10, which aims to reduce inequality. In today's highly digitized world, many visually impaired individuals face challenges accessing visual digital content. Recognizing this pressing issue, Dot Inc. has taken on the mission of providing comprehensive services tailored to the needs of individuals with disabilities. As a social venture specifically dedicated to assisting individuals who are visually impaired or blind, Dot is dedicated to securing accessibility by developing an affordable, compact and efficient tactile display. By embracing additional assistive technologies, Dot has introduced the most inclusive kiosk that addresses diverse aspects of people's lives. This endeavour aligns with the ultimate goal of establishing a smart city that embraces the entirety of society, harnessing Dot's technology for the benefit of all.