Smart city

Dreamwaves: augmented reality with virtual 3D-sound to help guide the blind

● In Vienna, Austria, a start-up created by a Portuguese entrepreneur has developed an augmented-reality audio technology, which in combination with a map-based guidance system, enables users to follow a route marked by audio signals.
● Enhanced by computer vision, the software directs users to safe obstacle-free spaces, and recognizes street signs and pedestrian crossings.
● Dreamwaves has also signed a partnership with a traffic signal management company to enable users with disabilities to request priority to cross at intersections.
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