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Wearable Technology for the Visually Impaired

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DavidJa
DavidJa Community member Posts: 1 Listener
edited October 2023 in Research and opportunities

We are conducting market research for a product. Our aim is to assist visually impaired people in their daily lives around their households.

The premise of my product is a pair of glasses with cameras embedded in the frame that will be able to recognise when you have put an object down such as a phone. If you have forgotten where you have placed the phone, you can simply say "Glasses, direct me to my phone", then the glasses will audibly guide you to your phone.

Please fill out the following form, https://www.surveylab.com/pageTag/SurveyCampaign/cId/752e1e240233112f4e86b446eb48f81ec86521bc3f/ or answer the questions below,

As a person with visual impairment or familiar with their situation:

  1. Would you be interested in such a product?

Please answer from one of the following: strongly disagree, disagree, neutral, agree, strongly agree

2. How often do you misplace and forget items?

Please answer from one of the following: never, rarely, sometimes, often, all the time

3. How often do you come across the problem of not being able to distinguish items in your hand, for example, different tins of food?

Please answer from one of the following: never, rarely, sometimes, often, all the time

4. Would a feature such as reading text off items in your hand be beneficial?

Please answer from one of the following: strongly disagree, disagree, neutral, agree, strongly agree

5. What would you consider as a fair price for such a product?

6. What other issues do you come across that you would like to be addressed?

Please feel free to reply to the thread with suggestions or criticism.

Many thanks, D :)

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