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Headsets that allow blind people to "see" the world
Using sound to help blind people to create images in their heads can prove more effective in enabling them to perform everyday activities, such as picking up a cup or even reading, than invasive surgical operations, according to groundbreaking new research.
The rise of disability tech
Something we donít hear enough about is how technology is helping the lives of those with disabilities. From robots that can help you remember things, to cars that can drive on their own, disability tech is on the rise. Read on to find out more about this fascinating, developing field.
iBill will identify currency for the visually impaired
The iBill scans US currency in just a couple of seconds and indicates to the user what the denomination of the bill is. It identifies most bills in less than a second, and it will announce the denomination in a female voice or will use tone and vibration modes for privacy, or you can plug in some earbuds for privacy when using the vocal mode.

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