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This Pakistani student has built a device for blind people to see the world

KARACHI: A talented Pakistani student has developed a device for blind people through which they can recognize anything.

Talking to MM News, a student named Mohammad Hamza Khan said that he has developed a device called ‘In Vision Eye Device’. He said that a blind person could hang the device on his neck, after which, wherever he would go, the device would inform him about the things around him.

For example, if you have a sofa in front of you, it will indicate that you have a sofa in front of you. If there is a chair, it will tell you about the chair, so that if there is anything, it will detect it and inform you in the form of sound.

Mohammad Hamza Khan said that he felt that it is necessary to have an assistant with a blind person, but after these vision eye devices, the blind person will no longer need an assistant.

It doesn’t weigh much, you can wear it anywhere, and it has a great backup which gives 8 to 10 hours of battery backup.

He said that it took 6 to 7 months to make it and the cost of making it is around Rs.55,000. “I think if it is brought to the market, it will cost around Rs 30,000 to Rs 35,000,” he said. After wearing it, the blind person will not need anyone, he claimed.



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