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Haptica, a Braille watch set

by Nicole
February 6, 2011 at 9:06 am

This watch designed for visually impaired persons allows the user to obtain the time quickly, in an accurate, fast and discreet way.

One might think that many such devices are availlable due to advanced technology, but the needs are not met in this area and the offer is completely outdated.

The Haptica, created by designer David Chavez meets the needs of visually impaired with two major assets, namely design and ergonomics. The watches can also be visually aesthetic devices and this one is a proof.

Rewarded by the Spark Design Awards, who have reviewed more than 360 projects, this watch is set to be exhibited in October at the Autodesk Design Gallery in San Francisco together with other projects that have won this competition.

Source: CrunchGear

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