Anora Smart Glove Prototype

Nikola Krstic

Nikola Krstic, a graduate from the Electrical Engineering School in Belgrade, has created a smart glove prototype called Anora- that helps the blind and visually impaired move unaided without a service dog or white cane.

The glove is equipped with ultrasonic sensors that explore the surroundings: it provides vibrotactile feedback on the position of the closest obstacles in range and lets users know by a vibrating motor and voice app. The Anora smart glove has many different multi-functions.

Spatial Orientation– The user will be able to detect the distance from objects through the use of haptic technology in the glove.

Colour Recognition– Through a click of a button, the glove will be able to say aloud the colour of the object the user has in their hand.

Detection of light intensity– The user can be told whether they are in a room present with light, and at the same time, whether the light is natural or artificial.

The glove will be able to say the date and time to the user.

Panic Button– If the user is lost, through a combination of buttons, the glove will be able to send the location via text message to a guardian or friend, whose contact details are stored in the app connected to the glove.

Recognition of money– One of the most sought-after functions, the glove is able to say the value of the notes and change the user holds in their hand.

The glove also has a small camera installed, which provides information on the emotions of the person the user is talking to.

Most recently, Mr Krstic has signed a co-operation contract, which will enable further development, promotion and implementation of the Anora smart glove domestically in Serbia. Easy Tech and the ‘Alliance of the Blind’ Serbia, signed a co-operation agreement on the 10th of April. The signed agreement means a collaboration that will result in a large number of blind people being able to try the innovative product. The contract was signed at the Science Technology Park in Belgrade, by Nikola Krstić and Milan Stošić, the president of the ‘Alliance of the Blind’.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is globally estimated that 1.3 billion people live with some form of distance or near vision impairment. Approximately, 36 million people are blind, 188.5 million have mild vision impairment, 217 million have moderate to severe vision impairment.

Thus far, the Anora smart glove has been tested on 30 blind individuals in Serbia- and the reception has been positive.

“Generally, all the functions of the glove are of use to blind people. They say they like it. Also, they have not had the opportunity to use a device of this kind before,” says Mr Krstic

“Of course, alongside the positive reviews, there are objections and suggestions as to which functions need to be added, changed and how. But, all of this is extremely useful information to us because we are going to make a device that is tailored to their needs.”

There has been research and explorations into a smart glove for the blind, but many of them are a single function. Anora is the first multi-functional smart glove.

Last year, the Anora smart glove was the winner of ‘Sarajevo Unlimited’- the largest regional forum for innovation, entrepreneurship and technology in the region of south-eastern Europe.

However, Mr Krstic is positive and would like to see the Anora smart glove develop and expand beyond Serbia and the Balkans.

“Over the next few months, we will be focusing on the development of the final version of the smart glove. We will focus on three elements: material selection, glove design, manufacture of electronics and software. Once we have finished with those three elements, we will have an “almost-finished” product that will go through a final round of testing. If the final product is adequate- we will finally be ready to come out onto the market.”

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The glove is geared up with ultrasonic sensing units that check out the environments: it offers vibrotactile feedback on the position of the closest challenges in variety and lets users understand by a vibrating motor and voice app. The Anora wise glove has several multi-functions.

Spatial Orientation– The user will have the ability to find the range from things through making use of haptic innovation in the glove.

Colour Acknowledgment– Through a click of a button, the glove will have the ability to state aloud the colour of the item the user has in their hand.

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The glove will have the ability to state the date and time to the user.

Panic Button– If the user is lost, through a mix of buttons, the glove will have the ability to send out the place through text to a guardian or good friend, whose contact information are kept in the app linked to the glove.

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The glove likewise has a little video camera set up, which offers details on the feelings of the individual the user is speaking to.

Most just recently, Mr Krstic has actually signed a co-operation agreement, which will allow additional advancement, promo and execution of the Anora wise glove locally in Serbia. Easy Tech and the ‘Alliance of the Blind’ Serbia, signed a co-operation contract on the 10 th of April. The signed contract indicates a partnership that will lead to a a great deal of blind individuals having the ability to attempt the ingenious item. The agreement was signed at the Science Innovation Park in Belgrade, by Nikola Krstić and Milan Stošić, the president of the ‘Alliance of the Blind’.

According to the World Health Company (WHO), it is internationally approximated that 1.3 billion individuals deal with some type of range or near vision disability. Roughly, 36 million individuals are blind, 188.5 million have moderate vision disability, 217 million have moderate to serious vision disability.

So far, the Anora wise glove has actually been evaluated on 30 blind people in Serbia- and the reception has actually been favorable.

” Normally, all the functions of the glove serve to blind individuals. They state they like it. Likewise, they have actually not had the chance to utilize a gadget of this kind previously,” states Mr Krstic

” Obviously, together with the favorable evaluations, there are objections and recommendations regarding which operates requirement to be included, altered and how. However, all of this is exceptionally beneficial details to us due to the fact that we are going to make a gadget that is customized to their requirements.”

There has actually been research study and expeditions into a clever glove for the blind, however a number of them are a single function. Anora is the very first multi-functional wise glove.

In 2015, the Anora wise glove was the winner of ‘Sarajevo Unlimited’- the biggest local online forum for development, entrepreneurship and innovation in the area of south-eastern Europe.

Nevertheless, Mr Krstic is favorable and wish to see the Anora wise glove establish and broaden beyond Serbia and the Balkans.

” Over the next couple of months, we will be concentrating on the advancement of the last variation of the wise glove. We will concentrate on 3 aspects: product choice, glove style, manufacture of electronic devices and software application. As soon as we have actually ended up with those 3 aspects, we will have an “almost-finished” item that will go through a last round of screening. If the end product is appropriate- we will lastly be all set to come out onto the marketplace.”

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Anora Smart Glove Model

Nikola Krstic

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Nikola Krstic , a graduate from the Electrical Engineering School in Belgrade, has actually developed a clever glove model called Anora – that assists the blind and aesthetically impaired relocation unaided without a service pet dog or white walking stick.

The glove is geared up with ultrasonic sensing units that check out the environments: it offers vibrotactile feedback on the position of the closest challenges in variety and lets users understand by a vibrating motor and voice app. The Anora wise glove has several multi-functions.

Spatial Orientation – The user will have the ability to find the range from things through making use of haptic innovation in the glove.

Colour Acknowledgment – Through a click of a button, the glove will have the ability to state aloud the colour of the item the user has in their hand.

Detection of light strength – The user can be informed whether they remain in a space present with light, and at the exact same time, whether the light is natural or synthetic.

The glove will have the ability to state the date and time to the user.

Panic Button – If the user is lost, through a mix of buttons, the glove will have the ability to send out the place through text to a guardian or good friend, whose contact information are kept in the app linked to the glove.

Acknowledgment of cash – Among the most in-demand functions, the glove has the ability to state the worth of the notes and alter the user keeps in their hand.

The glove likewise has a little video camera set up, which offers details on the feelings of the individual the user is speaking to.

Most just recently, Mr Krstic has actually signed a co-operation agreement, which will allow additional advancement, promo and execution of the Anora wise glove locally in Serbia. Easy Tech and the ‘Alliance of the Blind’ Serbia, signed a co-operation contract on the 10 th of April. The signed contract indicates a partnership that will lead to a a great deal of blind individuals having the ability to attempt the ingenious item. The agreement was signed at the Science Innovation Park in Belgrade, by Nikola Krstić and Milan Stošić, the president of the ‘Alliance of the Blind’.

According to the World Health Company (WHO) , it is internationally approximated that 1.3 billion individuals deal with some type of range or near vision disability. Roughly, 36 million individuals are blind, 188.5 million have moderate vision disability, 217 million have moderate to serious vision disability.

So far, the Anora wise glove has actually been evaluated on 30 blind people in Serbia – and the reception has actually been favorable.

“Normally, all the functions of the glove serve to blind individuals. They state they like it. Likewise, they have actually not had the chance to utilize a gadget of this kind previously,” states Mr Krstic

“Obviously, together with the favorable evaluations, there are objections and recommendations regarding which operates requirement to be included, altered and how. However, all of this is exceptionally beneficial details to us due to the fact that we are going to make a gadget that is customized to their requirements.”

There has actually been research study and expeditions into a clever glove for the blind, however a number of them are a single function. Anora is the very first multi-functional wise glove.

In 2015, the Anora wise glove was the winner of ‘Sarajevo Unlimited’ – the biggest local online forum for development, entrepreneurship and innovation in the area of south-eastern Europe.

Nevertheless, Mr Krstic is favorable and wish to see the Anora wise glove establish and broaden beyond Serbia and the Balkans.

“Over the next couple of months, we will be concentrating on the advancement of the last variation of the wise glove. We will concentrate on 3 aspects: product choice, glove style, manufacture of electronic devices and software application. As soon as we have actually ended up with those 3 aspects, we will have an “almost-finished” item that will go through a last round of screening. If the end product is appropriate – we will lastly be all set to come out onto the marketplace.”

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