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Proximity sensor cane for the blind


Proximity sensor cane for the blind… Thanks Andres!

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1 Comment

  1. Hey!
    Thats the science fair I was close to going to. I was the winner for my county (Broward) in the engineering division witch led me to the state science fair in Orlando FL (An Affiliate of Intel ISEF). If I won that then I would have traveled to California.

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