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Assistive Technology Created From a Random Encounter
A graphic of a human brain overlaid with computer circuitry An encounter with a blind man at a bus stop led two students to create Horus, an assistive technology device that addresses the issues that the man at the bus stop said he regularly encountered.

From facial recognition to navigation, the headset and camera helps a visually impaired person in daily tasks. The more it’s used, the smarter it becomes claim the creators.
Learn more about this assistive technology in this article.

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Wearable tech that acts as a personal assistant for blind people

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