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A New Project by Toyota Helps the Visually Impaired Navigate
A black Toyota Tundra 4x4 truck sits in a parking lotThis week, Toyota introduced their latest project, a wearable device to help the visually impaired navigate. The u-shaped device sits on the user’s shoulders so that cameras can sense the layout of indoor spaces. The user is then able to ask the device to locate objects, doors, signs and more.

This article and video showcase the development they have done so far and highlights what they aim to do with this device.

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