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August 3, 2010 AT 1:57 pm

World to Hear

FlorianB created World to Hear using an Arduino, an IR distance sensor and a few custom oscillators.  He writes:

World to Hear is a device that translates distance into sound. It gives the user the new sense to hear shapes. After a while you start to wonder how your feet may sound.

More at his projects page.


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1 Comment

  1. That ought to be something cool for the blinds. Put it at the end of a stick and you got yourself a super-cane! 🙂

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