WHERE • WHEN • HOW • WHY • OUTLOOK
We help the visually impaired using miniaturized, portable sensors and with tactile feedback, generally so-called wearables, to recognize objects and obstacles and to do this anywhere and at any time:
- at work,
- at home,
- in the public, and
- in unknown and changeable areas.
sense early recognizes obstacles in the direction of motion and informs about the presence of obstacles as distance information even before the white cane or the sensitive ear and other senses recognize any objects. This feature makes sense an indispensable addition to the mobility and safety of the visually impaired.
Later versions will inform about the object pattern while walking and allow precise, sharp and speedy detail information.
Adjusting the haptic language to the respective needs is an essential feature of the usability of these devices. Hearing remains as a sense completely free separate sense and is not used for signaling, which the visually impaired find very important.