Visual impairment has traditionally been
considered a barrier to human functioning, particularly in
the domains of participation & economic production.
However, with the development of Braille and other
assistive technologies, losing one's sight is no longer a
barrier to obtaining both an education and a lucrative job.
Due to the fact that these people with disabilities
participate in society, it is crucial that we understand the
challenges they experience when ambulating, using public
transportation, or working in the organized sector.
Humans with visual impairments frequently require
outside assistance, which can come in the form of humans,
trained dogs, or amazing technical devices acting as
emotionally supportive networks for dynamics. The
underlying problem with confused people is how to figure
out how to get where they need to go. This paper aims to
help those who are blind or visually handicapped overcome
their blindness by using other senses like sound and touch.