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There are about 11.6 million blind people in the third world of the world.
They will also want to live out with tools. Blind people are looking for a way on a dangerous and unsafe street in a cane.
By combining the cane and navigation, you can find your own way in your hand. It is an intuitive navigation system that guides the user through the finger sense through the automatic joystick direction induction device in the device and detects the obstacles around the user and notifies the user of the vibration intensity. In the third world where electricity is scarce, we grafted the rays of the sun panel to easily charge the device.
Cheonan, South Korea