Munivo Gives Walking Direction For Visually Impaired People Through Their Hand

Oftentimes we would have seen a blind people crossing the street with just a stick in his hand. Although it lets them identify any obstacle in their way, they need to calculate their own steps and give directions to the stick. To put an end to such qualms, Muvino, a small yet effectual device has been designed to meet the needs of the visually impaired. This smooth device fits into the shape of the palm of the hand and is embedded with a sensitive silicon skin to communicate with the user.

Keeping factors such as aesthetics, comfort, efficacy and ergonomics in mind, this supportive and handy tool for the blind has been created. Acting as another functioning eye for the visually impaired, Muvino measures the distance between possible obstacles and the subject and sends the information in the form of spheres to the user through roller-type electromagnetic actuators. The visually impaired can now be able to sense potential obstacles on their way using Munivo.

Designer : Calin Giubega

Munivo Guide For The Blind

Munivo Guide For The Blind

Munivo Guide For The Blind

Munivo Guide For The Blind

Munivo Guide For The Blind

Munivo Guide For The Blind


One thought on “Munivo Gives Walking Direction For Visually Impaired People Through Their Hand

  1. this new technology for the blind visually impaired people is the most impressive systems ive ever come across.like i mentioned in my frist post my husband recently lost his sight and its been hell we desperately need products like theMunivo for the hands, im asking if there is any one person out there that can assit in helping us to find a way to maybe get infoor even get a product of this for the blind i would jump for joy i guess it would be a great gift from the man upstairs an any individule that can spare a little time to help us ,well its just gonna have to take a miricle ,its wishful thinking i guess . thank you for letting me tell my comment. sincerly the Teals of calhoun ga. god speed.an thank you designer CALIN GLUBEGA for your wanderful things you have gave to the blind.

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