LIVE BRAILLE – A Ring that engages you with freedom. The World’s smallest device for the visually impaired

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LIVE BRAILLE – A Ring that engages you with freedom. The World’s smallest device for the visually impaired

Capabilities of LIVE BRAILLE

  • Avoid overhanging objects
  • Avoid pot holes on the ground
  • Know about fast approaching car
  • Sprinting across a flight of staircases
  • Allow you to ‘see’ colours
  • Know about the number of people
  • Sense the presence of very hot objects

Live Braille Walk Pro is the first ETA with full head level, ground and front scanner.  To find irregularities, water bodies, staircases, and/or any obstruction it scans the ground in twelve zones and informs the user 2 Metres in advance. The front level scanning goes up to 4.5 Meters to scan for and hindrance and/or fast moving object. The head level scanning scans for 8 zones within 2 Meters. It has a 2 hour battery backup in constant use.

To make the WalkPRO’s experience a reality it receives a seamless feedback from the haptic engine to the cutting edge sensors and self-learning algorithm that work behind the stage.

For more details refer link: http://livebraille.com/

For other related Vision Impairment information refer:

Dot Braille Smartwatch for the Visually Impaired:  http://enableneeds.com/2017/11/21/dot-braille-smartwatch/

Be My Eyes App Helps to the Blind and Visually Impaired: http://enableneeds.com/2017/07/06/bemyeyes/

Aipoly – App for blind and visually impaired: http://enableneeds.com/2017/04/29/aipoly-app-for-blind-and-visually-impaired/

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