This is what it means when you see someone wearing these shoes

In today’s busy and bustling world, people with visual impairments encounter difficulties with mobility. Thankfully, technological progress has made a significant difference in enhancing their lives.

Visually impaired individuals now have the option to utilize the latest high-tech solution offered by an Austrian company called Tech-Innovation, in addition to using a cane or a service dog for navigation.

This company designed shoes containing a sensor that notifies visually impaired individuals of obstacles using vibration or sound.

The InnoMake product is equipped with sensors that respond to obstacles within a range of four meters to half a meter. The sensors are conveniently placed in a slot within the shoes and are powered by a rechargeable battery that can last up to a week before needing to be recharged. It only takes three hours to fully charge the battery.

The app that accompanies the shoes and sensor is completely free to download. Users have the ability to customize various settings, like the distance at which they receive alerts when nearing objects.

Curious about how the sensor handles rainy or snowy weather? No need to worry – the creators made sure it’s water-resistant. When users choose the intelligent mode, the sensor will automatically deactivate when they’re seated, and then reactivate as soon as it detects movement.

In Austria, many stores offer the opportunity for customers to test out shoes before making a purchase.

This innovation truly is a life-changing one.

Check out the video below for additional details and be sure to spread the word to your family and friends on Facebook. This valuable information could make a real difference in someone’s life.

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