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Faisalabad student developed a modern shoe for visually impaired people

Feb 11, 2020

Faisalabad student developed a modern shoe for visually impaired people
From Pakistan, Government College University Faisalabad's IT student Shanza Munir has developed "smart shoes" to help blind people and make them walk easily.

A talented student developed this product as part of a university project and it is something that should be in the minds of big brands.

The approach behind the development of smart shoes is to help the elderly and the visually impaired people in the use of technology that will make them walk easily and safely.

With the help of these shoes, the blind and the elderly can detect obstacles within a 200 cm radius (the area around them).
This shoe will alert the wearer via real-time notification as well as voice and vibration alerts.
The manufacturing of this shoe will cost around Rs. 10 thousand to Rs. 12,000.

However, if the shoe is manufactured on a large scale, the cost may be further reduced and the general public will be able to buy it.

That's really a huge invention and the IT giants should notice this achievement.

Update: This project maybe just a clone, watch the 2014 video below:

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