An array of vibrating pads can convey a low-resolution image of a location to help people who are blind navigate
Infrared goggles and an array of vibrating pads can give people who are blind an intuitive way to navigate while also retaining full use of their hands and ears, unlike many devices on the market.
Manuel Zahn and Armaghan Ahmad Khan at the Technical University of Munich in Germany installed a pair of infrared cameras into 3D-printed prototype goggles to capture a stereoscopic image that a small computer can use to create a map of what lies ahead. This map is converted …
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