in

2 Students Invent Device To Help The Visually Impaired

Two information technology (IT) students from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) have invented a device that helps the visually impaired to see better. The pair have been working on the innovation since last year.

The invention was inspired by seeing the plight of those who have weak vision.

Siphamandla Mqcina and Philanjalo Ndlovu worked together to create the C4Me – an invention enabling the visually impaired see better. It helps those who can’t see well to move around and know where they are going.

They recently travelled to Canada to present their invention on a global stage, the SABC reports. The two youths are final year students and are studying computer industrial systems.

According to Mqcina, they saw a visually impaired person on campus and were moved to help them. They have used money out of their own pocket to fund the project.

They hope to get sponsorship to assist in manufacturing the device.

This Article Was First Published On briefly.co.za

Nipsey Hussle Doc Directed By Ava Duvernay Lands At Netflix – Video

We Can’t Improve Our Marriages If We Don’t Talk About Them