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OTTAWA, Ontario, March 14, 2018 — 3D Wearable GlassesFramos Technologies Inc. has developed wearable glasses with real-time 3D technology to support visually impaired people.

The device creates a new way of sensing by translating visual information. The glasses are equipped with Intel RealSense stereo cameras, and intelligent algorithms translate the visual impression into haptic and audio information. While audio information relies on object and character recognition, the haptic feedback is provided by a wrist band equipped with vibration motors. This new way of sensing enables visually impaired people to fully understand their environment and to have advanced guidance for safe navigation.

The 3D enabled wearable creates a new way of sensing by translating visual information into haptic feedback on a wristband in real-time. The setup is controlled by a processing hub with a GPS sensor and a LTE module for mobile data connection.



Published: March 2018
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