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Taparch: A Visually Challenged People Footwear
Project Description :

Taparch footwear, a first of its kind national award winning product intends to solve the base line necessity of underprivileged people of the society- visually challenged people. taparch makes the visually challenged people to walk just like any other healthy being does. it aides the people who has their eye sight <15 degrees in identifying and isolating the obstacles ahead of them with in the nominal range of 4 meters through specified/unspecified tracks and the obstacles which have no prior interaction with the obstacles. embedding a technology in to the shoe pods making the footwear powerful in determining the obstacles. technology identifies ditches, slopes, stationery tangible objects, staircase etc. it ensures that the visually challenged people feel solace and smoothening at usage through the best ergonomic design. the footwear has an embodiment of mistake proofing devise which actually is an precautionary mechanism in order to identify its reliable end. no charge?? no issues, taparch working under the human mechanical energy harvester generates electricity & charges the product. product taparch designed for delight of visually challenged and also for people who hardly see electricity and wish to go in the darker areas. finally this product leaves the end user in the happiness of leaving out the conventional walking mechanism with the hoovercanes at cost effective price.

 
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Project Details :
  • Date : Jan 20,2015
  • Innovator : Krishna sai Inkoolu
  • College : GITAM UNIVERSITY
  • University : GITAM UNIVERSITY
  • Submission Year : 2015
  • Category : Medical Science & Technology
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