Eyesynth is an audiovisual system for the blind. It consists of a pair of glasses connected to a microcomputer.
The system records the surrounding environment in three dimensions. Then, the collected data is converted into understandable audio for the blind, which allows them to identify the position of objects and obstacles, as well as their size and shape, with unprecedented accuracy.
The audio signals are nonverbal and abstract, so it is a universal product in terms of language. Also, the glasses transmit these sounds through the head bone, instead of covering the ears. Clean, noninvasive, comfortable and safe.