Eyesynth Helps The Blind Identify Shapes

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Meet Eyesynth: a smart wearable system that uses a pair of glasses and micro computer to record the surrounding environment in 3D and translate the data into understandable audio for the blind. This audiovisual system transmits sounds through head bones.

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The glasses work in tracking and panoramic modes, capturing the front view or whole scenes. The language sounds pretty easy to learn. More information is available on Kickstarter.

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