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This pair of GPS glasses is used to navigate for the blind. Turn on both the on/off button and audio transmission control when wearing the glasses. With destination spoken out , bone conduction sensor will perceive and send the transformed signal to GPS. After receiving satellite's reply, GPS returns signal to the sensor. Then the blind could follow audio commands by the sensor.
To avoid wrong orders, users should turn off the audio transmission control when having normal conversation.