BuzzClip: Wearable Ultrasound for the Blind

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Meet the BuzzClip: a smart wearable device designed to assist the visually impaired get around. It uses ultrasound to detect obstacles in the wearer’s path and vibrates to alert the user. This is a hands-free solution and has a discreet design. The device can detect anything coming into its range of detection. It has 2 ranges: 1 meter and 2 meters.

BuzzClip’s battery lasts for up to 10 hours. It vibrates to indicate its battery level. Like what you see? You can find out more on Indiegogo.

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