Smart glasses helping the blind see in the dark
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Smart glasses help the blind 'see' in the dark

An Oxford University spinout company has developed 'smart glasses' which could help the blind and visually impaired see again.

The computer assistant enhances any remaining vision, helping to make out shapes and differentiate between light and dark.

They help wearers to find their way around independently, avoid collisions and even see in the dark.

The team at OxSight have set their sights on their next challenge, to next develop a television set for the blind.

  • 01 Aug 2016
  • From the section Oxford