Microsoft Collaboration Helps the Visually Impaired ‘See’ the City

Microsoft Collaboration Helps the Visually Impaired ‘See’ the City

An urban navigation tool for the blind, 'Cities Unlocked' is broadening horizons

Jason Brick
  • 11 november 2014

This past week, Phase One of a partnership between Microsoft, Guide Dogs and Future Cities launched in London. The project — CitiesUnlocked — exploits multiple technologies so the visually impaired can explore cities with more independence and in greater safety.

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