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For Blind People...Sensor Helmet & Some Ideas & Some Thoughts...


Last Edited: August 28, 2010, 10:24 am

A helmet that uses the same technology coin metal detectors bars use...But instead of showing the image it talks to the blind person through earphones...You could even use, Google Earth on the helmet like a tom tom car kind of thing...

Can someone please email this to the respective authorities for i am busy....

this is the stuff lotto fanatics who work with algorithms and math equations and geek mathematicians in gambling should be focusing on....


Movie industry hit hard by this recession??? Did you know hollywood movies will cost: 50% less if the actors only took 1 shot, 1 ¨ACTION¨, it will take less time, instead of an entire day saying: ACTION.....A Movie is a ticking bomb when it is been filmed....

Joke of the day: What if you made it into law in a country that a person wear a helmet or something that blinds him and walk with it for 1 month...And they do this every 5 years...some people will do it one months others other months.....I want to hear the PR on this...

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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - August 28, 2010, 12:07 pm
her ya go Pumpi

"Eyebotic" Shows Promise As A New Navigation Aid For The Blind
[Jan 2, 2001] Think of it as an electronic seeing-eye dog. A University of Florida engineering student has designed a helmet equipped with sensors that detect when the wearer is ...
www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/01/​010102062352.htm - 51k - Cached.

Sound Imaging: Clever Acoustics Help Blind People See The World
[Jul 12, 2009] This information is then transformed and relayed to a blind person as a three-dimensional ‘picture’ of sound. ... Vision for the future ...
www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/​090703091804.htm - 54k - Cached

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