OTON GLASS: Smart Glasses for Dyslexic Users

Meet the OTON GLASS: a pair of smart glasses designed for dyslexic users. It has two small cameras and an earpiece to capture pictures of words that users want to read and pronounces them through the earpiece.

The unit uses a Raspberry Pi as its brain. Its camera detects blinks as a trigger to start capturing words. The Pi uses OCR technology to detect words in images.

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