Audiovisual and Haptic Aid for Visually Impaired
Regaining independence for visually impaired people to navigate through spaces an audiovisual and haptic aid called Sense was designed to solve this challenge.
Taking inspiration from the seahorse and its way of living gave inspiration to explore shapes and organic patterns to place on the body. The Seahorse grabs its tail around its safe space and the ear is a perfect place for its sensitive input areas.
IN LIGHT SPEED.
Different sensors detects the world around you in depth and wide vision for you to navigate through spaces. Sense is a light and non obtrusive companion to bring richness to your everyday life. Decide how you like to communicate with the world, with a mix of speakers, microphones and haptic feedback modules, communication feels more human.
ASSIST YOUR DAY.
From the moment you wake up in the morning Sense is fully charged by the bedside table, ready to be fitted around the ears and assist you. The aid can help you with a big variety of tasks so you can focus on what matters the most. It could be walking and riding to your destinations of errands, choosing between flavors and ingredients for dinner or understanding the surrounding and expression of other peoples faces to communicate with ease.
Sense will soon adapt and learn your habits to provide an even accurate experience tailored to you.
Just before you're you go to bed Sense is placed in its compact charging case on the bedside table to backup, update and be ready for your next day!
Light and Furniture Fair 2021
Stockholm Design Week 2021