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6 Ways Technology Is Changing Blindness

shoes to help the blind and visually impaired navigate

In this digital age, technology is revolutionizing the way we live, work and play. This applies perhaps even more to people who are blind or have low vision, as activities and opportunities that would have been difficult or even impossible less than a generation ago are now opening up to people with visual impairment as a result of advances in assistive technology. Check out this awesome roundup of TED talks to find out more about the cool tech that’s making everything from transportation to a good book more accessible than ever before: How technology is changing blindness: 6 talks on how those who can’t see can drive cars, take photographs and more

Image: A man who is blind takes a walk in the shoes invented by eye surgeon Anthony Vipin Das that relay signals to the wearer allowing him to navigate and avoid obstacles without seeing - he is accompanied by an arrow pointing out his path and geographical coordinates, representing the capabilities of the shoes
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