[AI] FW: [blindCity] smart cane for better navigation

Adhimoolam Vetrivel Murugan vadhimoolam at gmail.com
Fri Apr 2 15:11:27 EDT 2010


Unless they develop the cane with water proof, it will be very hard to
put them to use in rainy cities.

Vetri.

On 02/04/2010, solomon s <teachsolo at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Subject:	[blindCity] smart cane for better navigation
> From:	Tania <tanyakan123 at gmail.com>
> Date:		01-04-2010 4:57 pm
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> A local university is developing an intelligent electronic cane for the
> blind. Right from inception to development, Binary university college had
> co-operated closely with the blind community through the Malaysian
> Association for the Blind. They envisage this electronic cane will be able
> to detect obstacles better than the traditional cane.
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>  Read more about the intelligent cane project below:
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>  Smart CANE FOR BETTER NAVIGATION
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>  http://jumblebox.webs.com/
>  An Online Asian Magazine
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