Map Traffic Lights to Help the Visually Impaired

Map Traffic Lights to Help the Visually Impaired
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

SeeLight app helps the blind navigate city streets through audible cues that instruct users on when to cross the road

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 3 september 2015

Imagine trying to cross a busy city street without being able to see the traffic lights change color or glance down the road to make sure the oncoming cars have stopped. For the blind and visually impaired, that’s just one aspect of navigating the world that presents a challenge, but an app called SeeLight aims to solve this problem, one traffic light at a time.

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