Smart Radar Glasses

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The aim of the project is to help differently able person, especially blind or visually impaired people, who are unable to recognize the object which is coming towards them. When a visually impaired person navigates into the heavy traffic area, it is difficult for them to cross the street. The outcome of the project is to give a signal to the visually impaired person, so that he/she can be able to keep themselves in a safe/static zone and is easy to use for the visually impaired person. In this project we use glass sensors having an accurate and precise sensor (VL53L1X) which is based on the LIDAR which will calculate the distance between objects or hurdles in front of blind person and respond. For response we have use a vibrating mini motor which will alert the blind person by giving vibrating alert. A vibration will be produced in accordance with the distance. Nearer the object, faster will be the vibration and far the object, slower will be the vibration. We have tried to make a user friendly and handy equipment by using a power supply of 3.7V battery, which is rechargeable, compact in size and easy to use by the user. An Arduino Nano is being used to reduce complexity of circuit and to produce the required output.




Gautam*, R., Agrahari, R., & Singh, P. (2020). Smart Radar Glasses. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(5), 3493–3496.

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