Helping The Visually Impaired Navigate The World’s Subway Systems

Helping The Visually Impaired Navigate The World’s Subway Systems

Currently on trial in London and Sydney, world's first open standard for blind navigation is expanding again

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 14 september 2016

For those who are visually impaired, navigating subways systems can be difficult, if not potentially dangerous if they fall onto the tracks or trip over stairs. As PSFK has covered before, Wayfindr  helps the blind navigate crowded and hectic public transportation systems by supplying vocal direction, and is soon expanding beyond London and Sydney.

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