Duo stamps mark with innovative project

USP Visual Project

Two Fiji university students have launched an innovative project to provide better aid to the visually impaired.

The University of the South Pacific's (USP) Shahil Prasad and Salveen Deo garnered praise from lecturers and students alike for their assistive device that can detect objects and computes the details to produce an audio text output that can allow those with low vision to maneuver their way easily.

The duo's academic pursuits began as high school buddies at Rishikul Sanatan College in Fiji, which Deo says, set the foundation for their collaboration.

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