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      West Bengal News : Student Creates AI-Based ‘Smart Glasses’ for Visually-Impaired at Just Rs 200 | Details Inside

      A student from Majdia College in Nadia, Arko Biswas has develop an innovative wearable device known as Smart Vision Glasses. These glasses are equip with various components such as sensors, micro speakers, and batteries, can be describe as smart glasses.

      Glasses are design to assist people who are visually impaire or have low vision to navigate their surroundings, read, and recognize objects and people.

      The key features of these smart glasses is the ability to detect objects as close as one meter away, allowing wearers to be alert to their presence through a siren on the glasses.

      Due to the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, these glasses offer advance functionalities that can greatly improve the quality of life of those with visual impairments.

      These Smart Vision Glasses were develop at a low cost, making them an accessible option for those who may not be able to afford expensive assistive technologies.

      Smart glasses for assisting visually impaire individuals are not a new concept, they have typically been expensive, with prices starting at around 25,000 rupees for models from various reputable companies.

      So, Arko Biswas has develop a cost-effective alternative.

      Arko Biswas’s smart glasses for the blind or those with low vision are available at a fraction of the cost of similar products on the market.

      These smart glasses price at only 200 to 300 rupees, they are a highly affordable option for those who may not have the means to purchase more expensive assistive technologies.

      Arko Biswas Said :

      “While visiting different camps for the disabled in association with the NSS unit of the college, I saw that while there are assistive devices for other physical disabilities, there is no such device for the blind. And even if it is there it’s very expensive,”.

      Motivated by this observation, Arko Biswas began researching and experimenting with different materials and components to develop a smart glass prototype.

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      Arko Biswas discover a special sensor available in the local Majdia market for only 55 rupees and combine it with a micro speaker costing 10 rupees, a battery for 15 rupees, and other materials, including a pair of sunglasses that cost 80 rupees.

      Arko Biswas Said :

      “The glasses will last at least 6 hours on a single charge. In the future, I want to make these glasses even smarter by adding GPS, motorized speakers to make it even more accessible and user-friendly for those with visual impairments,”.

      So, Arko Biswas’ passion for creating assistive technology that is both accessible and affordable for the visually impaire community is truly commendable.

      By his work, Arko Biswas has also shown that one person can make a difference, and that the power of technology can be harness to create a more equitable and inclusive world.

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