RightHear app helps the blind find their way in crowded places
A smartphone application called RightHear has been launched that helps the blind move through crowded indoor spaces, such as malls, hospitals and universities.
Developed by an Israeli company called Ra’anana, RightHear has taken two years to develop.
The app is currently working at 200 places in Israel. It is free for use and RightHear charges the venues a fee based on the number of access spots that are deployed.
To see how RightHear works, click on - https://youtu.be/z15N-YxE344
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