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  • Arbtip Dheeravongkit

    EyeMusic translates colors into music to guide the blind

  • eCaring

    Device Translates Images to Music for the Blind >> EyeMusic is a set of glasses that have a camera and headphones. The camera scans the viewpoint for images and translates those images into music for the blind. #disability #meddevice

  • Roxanne Moore

    Music to my eyes: Device converting images into music helps visually impaired find things with ease.

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