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GesturePod is a clip-on smartphone interface for the visually impaired

Reading Time: 2 minutes GesturePod is a clip-on smartphone interface for the visually impaired Arduino Team — November 6th, 2019 Smartphones have become a part of our day-to-day lives, but for those with visual impairments, accessing one can be a challenge. This can be especially difficult if one is using a cane that must be put aside in order […]

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DualPanto is a non-visual gaming interface for the blind

Reading Time: 2 minutes DualPanto is a non-visual gaming interface for the blind Arduino Team — October 22nd, 2018 While there are tools that allow the visually impaired to interact with computers, conveying spacial relationships, such as those needed for gaming, is certainly a challenge. To address this, researchers have come up with DualPanto. As the name implies, the […]

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DeepWay helps the visually impaired navigate with a tap

Reading Time: 3 minutes DeepWay helps the visually impaired navigate with a tap Arduino Team — August 20th, 2018 In order to help those with visual impairments navigate streets, college student Satinder Singh has come up with an innovative solution that literally pokes the user in the right direction.  Singh’s system, called DeepWay, uses a chest-mounted camera to take images […]