Smart Glasses For Blind 'In Shops By 2016'

Smart Glasses For Blind 'In Shops By 2016'
 

Pairs of high-tech smart glasses, designed to help millions of blind and partially-sighted people to see, could be in shops in 2016.
The specs use a specially adapted 3D camera to maximise a person's remaining vision by separating and highlighting objects ahead.
They were created by researchers at the University of Oxford, who linked up with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to develop them further.
RNIB Solutions managing director Neil Heslop said trialists had experienced extraordinary things while testing the glasses.
He told Sky News: "They've recognised faces,... read more

 
9 August 2014 in Science &Technology, Views: 37
Source: Orange News
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