New “sight” for the blind on the tip of a finger.

In Brain Science, Brain Technology, Communications, Senses and Perception by Brainy Days Ahead

HandSight uses a tiny camera originally developed for endoscopies. The camera measures just one millimeter across and sits on the tip of the finger while the rest of the device clasps onto the finger and wrist. As the user follows a line of text with their finger, a nearby computer reads it out.