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Smart glasses for the registered blind, developed in our Department, are being trialled in public spaces for the first time.

Smart glasses for people with poor vision being tested in oxford

Oxford University researchers are measuring how their smart glasses can help people with limited vision navigate and avoid walking into obstacles.

The idea of the smart glasses is to give people with poor vision an aid that boosts their awareness of what's around them - allowing greater freedom, independence and confidence to get about, and a much improved quality of life - Dr Stephen Hicks, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences

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