Google Project Guideline application developed for the visually impaired has passed the test phase. The aim is for visually impaired people to move around without assistance.
Google Project Guideline application tests
Developing an application for the visually impaired within the scope of social responsibility, Google came to the testing process in this application. With the application named Project Guideline, it is aimed to make the daily life of the users easier.
With Project Guideline, users are asked not to need guide dogs or anyone else. With the help of bone conduction, that is, sound sent to the inner ear, users will be warned when they move away from the center. With the increase in volume, users will be able to get information about distancing situations.
The history of this practice lies in the demand of a visually impaired runner. This person, who wanted to run alone, made a request for the development of such an application. It is stated that the application called Project Guideline, which is currently undergoing tests, can enable users to run alone. In addition, the application does not require an internet connection to work, which is seen as its biggest advantage.