The 'Visually Impaired Assistant' is an At-Hand Guide for the Blind

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 23, 2010 • References: yankodesign & ubergizmo
The 'Visually Impaired Assistant' is a brilliant device that uses Video Motion Detection technologies to guide the way for those with visual handicaps.

Armed with a voice-operated GPS receiver, four small cameras and vibrating alerts, this intelligent mapping system would definitely be quite handy! The two vibration systems used within the palm-worn product communicate directions to the wearer by signaling upcoming obstacles. Chargeable with a wireless mat, the 'Visually Impaired Assistant' is fashionable and functional. Stats for Handy Proxy Peepers Trending: Older & Mild
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