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Talking Tech

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GETTING around on your own is a major problem if you cannot see. Many people who use a guide dog or a long cane have sufficient residual vision to manage to navigate unfamiliar places as long as they travel with care, but when you can see nothing at all, even familiar locations can present difficulties. Even in the home, not being able to find things or work out what you are looking at often creates a lot of frustration. In previous articles, I’ve mentioned a couple of ways technology can help, but there is one system which offers visually impaired people unprecedented freedom.

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