Pakistani students invent gadget for the visually impaired
Students from Pakistan have developed a device for visually impaired people that not only allows them to see things and the world but also makes them able to read messages.
Talking to MM News, the students said that they had three objectives behind developing this device, firstly, to identify whatever is in front and tell the visually impaired person about it with the help of speakers. , the second goal was to convert the words into a message and then communicate it to that person.
The ultimate purpose of this gadget was that if any trouble or problem ever comes in front of the visually impaired person, then through this device, he or she should be informed in advance that this thing is in front, so don’t go in that direction, the students said.
They further told about the device that it has four sensors, a camera and a power bank to charge it. We have developed this device to guide blind people in Pakistan because in Pakistan. There is no such device that can guide the blind, while charities abroad regularly work on projects to develop such devices.
Our aim behind designing this device was to launch it in the market which will cost less than if we designed everything ourselves like it would have cost Rs35,000 now if we made it bigger. If it is produced in number, it will be produced in 20 to 25 thousand.
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