'Seeing-Shoe' helps visually impaired 'experience something more'01:00
This ‘Seeing-Shoe’ is designed to help the visually impaired. ‘InnoMake’ vibrates to warn its wearer about upcoming obstacles. Business partners Markus Raffer and Kevin Pajestka initially came up with the ‘Seeing-Shoe’ to help a person with Parkinson’s disease. Later it provided the basis of their start-up Tec-Innovation GmbH. Their customer, Petra Aigner, says the shoe allows her to ‘experience something more’.