A Wall Kit Helps Visually Impaired Sense Their Surroundings

A Wall Kit Helps Visually Impaired Sense Their Surroundings

This device works for both at-home use and mobility rehabilitation training

Eva Recinos
  • 22 march 2016

After an especially severe case of cornea abrasion, Yee Jek Khaw found it difficult to get around—even in spaces that were familiar to him. Now, he is working on a project called Echo, an audio simulation kit that can help visually impaired users navigate a space.

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