A GPS Device For The Blind

A GPS Device For The Blind
Design

DROP GPS system is a hand-held tactile device for the visually impaired.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 april 2010

Designers Allan Sejer Madsen and Lukasz Natkaniec have developed the “DROP” conceptual GPS system for the visually impaired. The GPS system is in the shape of a hand disk which senses its location using GPS technology, and features a grid of movable 3D dots, so that the user can feel the maps. It also has zoom, search and voice command features as well.

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