Researcher from Iran develops a smart device for the blind
December 18, 2017
Asra Paknahad, a researcher from Iran and her team has developed bracelet that connects to Android mobile phones through Bluetooth.
The Braille bracelet, which is a keyboard helps the visually impaired send messages and accept and reject calls on the phone.
The device is accessible for the blind and the keyboard is made as per the world Braille reading standards.
Device can Alert & Vibrate
Paknahad said that the device has the ability to alert and vibrate to communicate with smart gadgets, connect to headsets, access the contact list and others.
The research team has plans to design a smart stick for the blind to help them move around freely.
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