Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A model walking with a design walking assistance by the company Topro during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8EBDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A model walking with a design walking assistance by the company Topro during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. The eating robot 'iEAT', photographed during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The robot is said to help people with limited motoric abilities while eating. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8E6Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. The eating robot 'iEAT', photographed during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The robot is said to help people with limited motoric abilities while eating. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A woman holding up a so-called 't.brush' during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The 't.brush' is a handle for electrical toothbrushes. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8ECDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A woman holding up a so-called 't.brush' during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The 't.brush' is a handle for electrical toothbrushes. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. Friedhelm Adolfs smokes a cigar and gives the victory sign outside the regional court in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. Adolfs (78) has won an important victory in his legal battle to avoid eviction from his apartment. The regional court in Duesseldorf rejected a lawsuit by his landlady. PHOTO: ROLF VENNENBERND/DPA/Alamy Live News
RMGHH99HDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. Friedhelm Adolfs smokes a cigar and gives the victory sign outside the regional court in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. Adolfs (78) has won an important victory in his legal battle to avoid eviction from his apartment. The regional court in Duesseldorf rejected a lawsuit by his landlady. PHOTO: ROLF VENNENBERND/DPA/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. Friedhelm Adolfs smokes a cigar and gives the victory sign outside the regional court in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. Adolfs (78) has won an important victory in his legal battle to avoid eviction from his apartment. The regional court in Duesseldorf rejected a lawsuit by his landlady. PHOTO: ROLF VENNENBERND/DPA/Alamy Live News
RMGHH99GDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. Friedhelm Adolfs smokes a cigar and gives the victory sign outside the regional court in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. Adolfs (78) has won an important victory in his legal battle to avoid eviction from his apartment. The regional court in Duesseldorf rejected a lawsuit by his landlady. PHOTO: ROLF VENNENBERND/DPA/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A man wearing the webcam 'OrCam' on his glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'RehaCare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The webcam is a reading assistant for blind and visually impaired people. It can read text out loud and recognise faces. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8CJDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A man wearing the webcam 'OrCam' on his glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'RehaCare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The webcam is a reading assistant for blind and visually impaired people. It can read text out loud and recognise faces. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A man wearing the webcam 'OrCam' on his glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'RehaCare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The webcam is a reading assistant for blind and visually impaired people. It can read text out loud and recognise faces. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8CHDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A man wearing the webcam 'OrCam' on his glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'RehaCare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The webcam is a reading assistant for blind and visually impaired people. It can read text out loud and recognise faces. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A visitor looking at the installation Vorhang Rot (lit. Curtain Red) by Hans-Peter Feldmann at the Museum Kunstpalast, in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The exhibition 'Hinter dem Vorhang, Verhüllung und Enthüllung seit der Renaissance - von Tizian bis Christo.' runs from 01.10.2016 until 22.01.2017. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/DPA/Alamy Live News
RMGHHD0EDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A visitor looking at the installation Vorhang Rot (lit. Curtain Red) by Hans-Peter Feldmann at the Museum Kunstpalast, in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The exhibition 'Hinter dem Vorhang, Verhüllung und Enthüllung seit der Renaissance - von Tizian bis Christo.' runs from 01.10.2016 until 22.01.2017. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/DPA/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. Museum director Beat Wismer pictured in the exhibition 'Hinter dem Vorhang, Verhüllung und Enthüllung seit der Renaissance - von Tizian bis Christo.' at the Museum Kunstpalast, in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. In the background is the installation 'Wrapped Beetle 1963 (Object 2014)' by Christo. The exhibition runs from 01.10.2016 until 22.01.2017. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/DPA/Alamy Live News
RMGHHD0DDuesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. Museum director Beat Wismer pictured in the exhibition 'Hinter dem Vorhang, Verhüllung und Enthüllung seit der Renaissance - von Tizian bis Christo.' at the Museum Kunstpalast, in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. In the background is the installation 'Wrapped Beetle 1963 (Object 2014)' by Christo. The exhibition runs from 01.10.2016 until 22.01.2017. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/DPA/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A woman wearing the so-called 'Eye Speak' glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The glasses are equipped with a screen and a virtual keyboard. An inbuild camera recognises the eye movement of the person wearing the glasses, allowing the selection of letters on the monitor. The glasses are said to be a communication system for people with extremely limited movement and communication. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8G4Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A woman wearing the so-called 'Eye Speak' glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The glasses are equipped with a screen and a virtual keyboard. An inbuild camera recognises the eye movement of the person wearing the glasses, allowing the selection of letters on the monitor. The glasses are said to be a communication system for people with extremely limited movement and communication. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A woman wearing the so-called 'Eye Speak' glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The glasses are equipped with a screen and a virtual keyboard. An inbuild camera recognises the eye movement of the person wearing the glasses, allowing the selection of letters on the monitor. The glasses are said to be a communication system for people with extremely limited movement and communication. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMGHH8E8Duesseldorf, Germany. 28th Sep, 2016. A woman wearing the so-called 'Eye Speak' glasses during the opening of the international care fair 'Rheacare' in Duesseldorf, Germany, 28 September 2016. The glasses are equipped with a screen and a virtual keyboard. An inbuild camera recognises the eye movement of the person wearing the glasses, allowing the selection of letters on the monitor. The glasses are said to be a communication system for people with extremely limited movement and communication. The fair runs until 1 October 2016. PHOTO: WOLFRAM KASTL/dpa/Alamy Live News