If you spot someone wearing these shoes, stop what you’re doing and look around. You had probably better know what it means I had no idea

People who can’t see well have a hard time getting around in a busy, fast world. But thanks to technology getting better, their lives are much easier now.

Visually impaired individuals can now benefit from the latest high-tech solution provided by Tech-Innovation, an Austrian company, in addition to using a cane or a service dog to help with their mobility.

This business made shoes that have a special sensor in them. When the sensor finds something in the way, the shoes make a noise or shake to let blind people know.

The InnoMake product’s sensors activate upon detecting an obstruction within a range of half a meter to four meters. Equipped with a rechargeable battery, the sensor can last up to a week before requiring replacement, and it conveniently fits into a designated slot in the shoes. A full battery charge only takes three hours.

The shoes and sensor come with a complimentary app that allows users to adjust various settings, such as the distance at which they receive alerts from objects.

The sensor was designed to be water-resistant by its makers, in anticipation of potential exposure to rain or snow. If users opt for the intelligent mode, the sensor will deactivate when they are seated and reactivate once movement is detected.

Austria offers a variety of stores where customers have the opportunity to test out shoes before deciding to buy them.

This innovation is truly revolutionary and has the potential to change lives.

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