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Explore Your World With Sunu Band
Coming soon the APH shop: Sunu Band is the newest product to be offered by the APH Innovations line!
So, what’s a Sunu Band? It’s similar to a smart watch, but it’s so much more. The sleek mobility wristband uses ultrasonic technology to help you navigate. Powerful sensors and haptic feedback inform you of how close you are to obstacles in your path.
The Sunu Band is designed for people who are blind or visually impaired, and can be used with a guide dog, or with a white cane. This new tech enables you to explore the world confidently and independently. Not only does the band help you maneuver around obstacles, but it also has a haptic compass, place finder, and GPS navigation.
Beyond navigation, the Sunu Band can also tell you the time, set discrete alarms and even track fitness metrics.
If you’re interested in this tech, but want to try it out first, APH and Sunu Band are offering two regional demonstrations. This will be a time for possible users to come learn from the developers of the technology and test out a band for themselves.
Friday, February 22
Location: McDowell Center
8412 Westport Road
Saturday, February 23
Location: Easter Seals Crossroads
4740 Kingsway Drive