Le Chal Smartshoe Helps Blind Get Around, Costs $100

Le Chal Smartshoe Helps Blind Get Around, Costs $100A couple of years ago, we talked about the Le Chal, which is a pair of smartshoes. Le Chal happens to mean “let’s go” in the Hindi language, where it was designed by a certain Anirudh Sharma and his friend, Krispian Lawrence. Sharma himself worked at the MIT Media Lab, and with the help of Krispian Lawrence, they managed to work out all the necessary details to make the Le Chal smartshoes work as they should be – being haptic navigation devices which are capable of connecting to your smartphone.


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