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This app lets you lend your eyes to people who are blind

Hans Jørgen Wiberg is a philosopher and craftsman who is visually impaired. He's created a new app called Be My Eyes that allows blind people to video call sighted volunteers if they need help with a task that requires full vision.
(Emil Jupin & Thelle Kristensen)
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Hans Jørgen Wiberg is a philosopher and craftsman who is visually impaired. He's created a new app called Be My Eyes that allows blind people to video call sighted volunteers if they need help with a task that requires full vision.

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