Technology for the visually impaired seems to be increasingly popular recently and now designers out there have come up with the Voim (apparently “seeing” in Korean). This concept smartphone communicates with the user via Braille on a silicon screen and audio cues via a detachable Bluetooth headset. The phone features route navigation, word recognition and object identification, features that would be welcome on any phone. Now all they have to do is focus on turning this into reality.
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