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  •  Wayfindr helps blind commuters on the Tube
  • Wayfindr helps blind commuters on the Tube
    Lena Vasiljeva (2013) ©
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Wayfindr helps blind commuters on the Tube

Central line or Bakerloo? Northbound or southbound? It’s easy to get lost in the notorious rabbit warren of London’s underground system. But for visually impaired travellers, finding the way can be even scarier. Could Wayfindr give blind commuters the independence they crave?  

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