Radar-based device spots objects for the blind
October 9, 2016
A new radar-based system has been developed for the benefit of people with visual impairments.
It is called the RadarCat.
It can recognise various objects like parts of the body, types of smartphones and food. It can also tell the difference between two identical bottles that contain liquids.
Researchers are working on the technology to make it wearable and easy to use.
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