Scientific Research Institute
We highlight problems and invent for the disabled
Our mission
A world without barriers for people with disabilities, with the best support and tools to realize the potential of each person for the benefit of our society
To provide people with disabilities with technology that allows them to integrate into society, gain confidence through education and gain more opportunities to participate in social, family, economic and social life
Sustainable Development Goals
Our work for blind people is in line with global efforts to achieve 8 out 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations


Biolocator SEZUAL is a vision based on active sound bio location that creates high-quality visual images in the brain of a blind person
BRAILLE Tutorial

Electronic alphabet simulator in Braille, will help you master Braille in any language of the world on your own
Galanyt air cleaner
Smog is the leading cause of death in the world and Kazakhstan!
Why is our product 1000% cheaper than its analogues?
- We have removed all unnecessary items: display, humidifier, etc. We left only the essence - the PM2.5 filter and fan
The life of the inventor Galimzhan Gabdreshov
March 12, 2024
Ambassador of India to Kazakhstan Shubdarshini Tripathi got acquainted with the work of the Kazakh-Indian Training Center for Information and Communication Technologies at ENU

March 12, 2024
Kazakh engineers developing Braille tutoring device
March 12, 2024
We cooperate with varios reputable organizations

SEZUAL team has been working for the last seven years and went together from the ideas to working products with proven functionality.
Nurbek Yensebayev
Galimzhan Gabdreshov, Ph.D.
Margulan Aubakirov
Executive Technical Represantative
Daulet Magzymov, Ph.D.
Scientific Advisor
Maxwell Ivey
A blind blogger
Sultan Kulbassov
Business development manager

Oleksandr Pabat
Former deputy of the Kyiv City Council , our partner

Zhazira Mulkibekova
Saule Lyabivovna
Teacher of Visually Impaired (TVI)

A Kazakh start-up helps the blind – through echolocation
Although bats can see, many species have evolved an unusual way to fly and hunt in the dark—echolocation. To do so, they emit ultrasonic sound waves that bounce off objects and navigate using the resulting echoes. Dolphins use a similar technique.
Meet Sezual, the Kazakh start-up bringing echolocation to the blind and visually impaired
Restoring the ability of the blind to see is the stuff of myth and science fiction, but one start-up from Kazakhstan hopes to be able to use technology to stimulate echolocation in humans, enabling the blind and visually impaired with the same kind of vision…

Tech breakthroughs highlight Kazakhstan’s growing links with Southeast Asia
Kazakh scientists recently made a breakthrough by creating a 3D visualization tool that helps blind people ‘see’. However, to take the technology to the next level, they are relying on Kazakhstan’s strong relations with Southeast Asia—and Singapore in particular.
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