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Ford's smart window lets blind passengers enjoy the landscape

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Ford has developed a new “haptic visual language” that allows blind people to experience the view through a car window. The “Feel the View” smart window captures an image of the surrounding scenery and translates it into vibrations on a tactile display that a passenger can explore through touch. A video (above) released by the car brand describes the technology as “allowing passengers to touch the scene and rebuild in their mind the landscape in front of them.” Feel the View

 

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