Folks who have a visual disability might have trouble getting travel assistance from the many GPS devices in the market, but some designers have come up with a pretty cool looking GPS device design that could appeal to them, dubbed the na:vi. It features guiding gyroscopes, a laser range finder, GPS navigation (obviously), and 3D user interface (probably Braille) to make sure that it can help its wearer get to the desired destination quickly. The fact that it sports a futuristic wearable design is definitely a plus point.
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