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ENABLE / Disability aid

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In spite of a world where technology continues to progress at unprecedented rates, those living with visual impairment continue to go about their lives utilising age-old methods. After frequently observing people 'biting the bullet' and limiting their lives through the use of canes, I approached a welfare group and discussed what direction a new offering should take. After hearing stories about people bleeding from striking truck mirrors and the likes, my drive to develop a modernised solution became even more fervent. The final solution brings freedom, independence and a renewed 'vision' to the lives of those living with a visual impairment.

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Tama Art University

Tama Art University
Hachoji-shi, Japan

Sebastian O'Halloran,
Tama Art University