Super Lidar is now available on iOS App Store!

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Hello friends,

This is Ipek from Supersense. We have some good news. For the last couple of months, the developers here at Supersense were working on a new technology that will help the blind and visually impaired users detect distance utilizing lidar camera. Finally, our new app Super Lidar is ready for the public eye.

Super Lidar is a lidar (Light Detection and Ranging) based application that enables the user to discover the distance between the objects and themselves. The real-time sound feedback tells how far the obstacles are with the help of the laser scanner, which makes a daily walk a lot safer for a blind person. Plus, Super Lidar can detect the distance between you and other people and help you to maintain a healthy social distance and it also tells you if someone is wearing a mask.

For now, Super Lidar works with the latest iPhone 12 Pro and new generation iPad Pro, which has the inbuilt lidar technology. With the help of recent technological developments, lidar is now accessible to all people as it can be integrated into consumer products and used for many purposes from photography to depth and distance detection, as Super Lidar does.
We are very excited to finally share Super Lidar with you and can't wait to hear your thoughts and feedback.

Also, we are in the process of beta testing the app, and if you are interested in being a part of the beta-testing program send an email to info@mediate.tech and we call you to set a time.

To learn more about the product and download Super Lidar, click the link below:

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/super-lidar-lidar-for-blind/id1543706309

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions do not hesitate to get in touch with us any time.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Submitted by Nimer J on Tuesday, February 2, 2021

The BTG team has tried out the Super LiDAR and provided a demo. The podcast is not out yet in its edited form, however will be soon. I will post the link here once it is out. However, the YouTube version, unedited, is out, and can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSfEbR8iBm0