What it does?

Assistive Technology devices are on the boom as researchers come up with innovative products that are effective and affordable. With the number of accidents involving deaf people increasing, it is high time that this issue needs to be looked into. EARamed attempts to be every deaf person's safety companion, alerting users of impending sources of danger, steering them to safety. It is a simple and customizable waist belt capable of alerting the user of any incoming risks with the unique combination of a LiDAR system and a trigger word detection model.

Who worked for it?

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