Health Matters: visual aids
For nearly a century, it’s been one of the most common tools for people who are visually impaired. Now the traditional white canes could have a high-tech update thanks to a team of former NAIT biomedical engineering technology students. They developed this VISAIDE Smart Cane prototype with GPS walking directions and emergency location services. It can also sense obstacles, even puddles.
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