Indoor navigation system for blind | Tech NEWS

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A computer science engineering team has developed an indoor navigation computer for persons with visual impairments. The researchers have explained how a combination of human-computer interaction and motion-planning research was used to build a low-expense obtainable navigation computer, called Navatar, which can run on a standard smartphone.
ScienceDaily: Computer Science News

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