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July 24, 2015

Third Eye-VI system helps users 'see'

Graduate student Siddharth Advani displays the Third Eye-IV vision system, a webcam-equipped haptic glove to help visually impaired people shop for groceries independently.

Learn more in the PennState news story Machine vision system could help the visually impaired shop for food. (Date of Image: April 2015)

Credit: Patrick Mansell/Penn State University

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