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It is a joyful thing to go out for the visually impaired however it is also a fearful thing.
What's the most inconvenience things for visually impaired?
Street for visually impaired is not what they need it all.
They should be able to detect danger as us
They also should be able to handle their physiological phenomena on the street
and should be easy to find, and to socialize with other people in public places.
Additionaly, they must be safe when cross the street and pedestrian flyover.
If we add more additional tool (mark) to street floor to give information to visually impaired, they would have better life.

University

Chosun University

Chosun University
Naju-si, South Korea

Design

Chosun University

Chosun University
Naju-si, South Korea