In this episode, we talk about a blind cane from Stanford University that borrows self-driving tech to increase the mobility of visually-impaired people by 20% as well as an effort from Texas A&M to develop enhanced touchscreens which will enable users to feel textures on their smart devices. As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.
This podcast is sponsored by Mouser Electronics.
(1:03) - Self-navigating Smart Cane
(15:16) - Enhanced Touchscreens
Episode 41 was brought to you by Mouser Electronics, Farbod & Daniel’s favorite electronics distributor. Click here to learn more about Mouser's Create the Future Design Contest.
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Every day, some of the most innovative universities, companies, and individual technology developers share their knowledge on Wevolver. To ensure we can also provide this knowledge for the growing group of podcast listeners, we started a collaboration with two young engineers, Daniel Scott Mitchell & Farbod Moghaddam who discuss the most interesting content in this podcast series.
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