Wearable For Visually Impaired Is A Guide For Indoor Spaces
Toyota's new project provides more freedom, independence and confidence
Toyota is developing a wearable device for blind and visually impaired people that could enrich their lives and address mobility challenges. Project BLAID is worn around the neck, sitting on the shoulders of the wearer and helping improve their navigation by guiding them through indoor spaces.
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