Biped Ai Smart Harness That Helps Visually Impaired People Drive
Biped, a start-up based in Swiss, has released a tech-savvy harness that utilizes Ai technology to allow visually impaired or blind people to detect obstacles in advance.The technology called Biped.ai features build in 3d cameras that can be paired with headphones or BlueTooth to warn the driver of obstacles around them. The design boasts a minimalist design that functions as a harness on the shoulder. "It generates 3D audio feedback to warn the users about the position of the important elements around them," the founder shared. While working in a hospital in Lausanne, Fabien noticed many impaired and blind patients sought alternative aids. Fabien developed this idea with Bruno Vollmer's business during Switzerland's International Create Challenge hackathon.