The 'Panopticon' Device Will Read to You Aloud

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 30, 2010 • References: joshsin &
Developed by Joshua Sin is an innovative piece of technology called the 'Panopticon' device. Worn on the hand between the index finger, the thumb and the wrist, this intelligent accessory is intended to allow a means to read for the visually impaired.

Providing audio and Braille feedback with the help of a small built-in scanner, the 'Panopticon' device is the ticket to mass-printed text media that the blind would otherwise have no access to. Stats for Transmuting Multimedia Gloves Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 9,586 clicks in 294 w
Interest: 3.5 minutes
Concept: Panopticon Device
Related: 68 examples / 52 photos
Segment: Males, 18-55
Comparison Set: 25 similar articles, including: braille city maps, braille health monitors, and braille mobile phones.