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The K Sonar provides people who are legally blind the ability to perceive their environment through ultrasound in order to increase interaction in their environment.
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Smart cane lets blind people see objects ahead of them
Smart cane lets blind people see objects ahead of them
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Icho-Munich This navigation aid for the vision-impaired not only enhances perception through sonar proximity sensors, but it uses a combination of GPS, accelerometers, and haptic feedback to lead its user through an urban environment. Imagine a museum audiotour that you can hear and feel.
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'Sonar Vision' system touted by researchers to help the blind hear what they can't see
'Sonar Vision' system touted by researchers to help the blind hear what they can't see
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(not available yet) EYE 21: prototype of a visual assistance system similar to sonar technology that allows individuals who are blind or have low vision to be aware of their surroundings through the use of sound.
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The "K" Sonar device that attaches to walking devices for the blind actually gives detailed information about obstacles and paths being traveled. Photo by aph.org
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These walking canes use sonar to let blind people “see” again: http://cnn.it/1qlfqeS
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Virtual Cane - using sonar to help the visually impaired 'see'
Virtual Cane is a kind of virtual flashlight or a handheld sonar, capable of recognizing physical objects up to 10 m (39 ft) from the user.
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Virtual cane by Israeli scientists
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This Glove Could Help Deaf-Blind People Communicate With Anyone, Anywhere
This Glove Could Help Deaf-Blind People Communicate With Anyone, Anywhere And the research behind it could change how we all interact with computers and with each other.
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Light Saber Can For The Sight Impaired! - Yanko Design
Eye Stick – Modern Cane For Blind People by Kim Tae-Jin » Yanko Design