New wearable to help the blind to see the world
December 8, 2016
Eyra, a technology startup from Italy has introduced a wearable called Horus to help the blind see.
Horus uses two HD cameras to capture the world and translate it into speech.
The wearable has a box with three menu buttons of different shapes to use it easily.
The menu buttons help a visually-impaired person to read parts of a book and get audio description to guide the person into the right place. It also helps find objects and faces of the person one is speaking to.
The wearable will be released soon with more features that offers users a much better ability to see.
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