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Eine "intelligente Schuh", die Menschen mit Sehbehinderungen, ohne Stock gehen kann

Shared by Patricia Pereira on 2015-06-15 17:25

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Juan Manuel Bustamante, born in Argentina, has designed shoes with ultrasonic sensors to detect objects of any material to help visually impaired and blind people. The device, which Juan manuel calls “Duspavoni,” measures the distance of objects and informs the person who wears the shoes through vibrations in the foot, which vary in intensity depending on the distance. This prototype would help blind people by replacing the conventional cane. He has a friend with vision problems and she told him that between the ages of 10 and 25 people usually reject a walking cane.

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