Studying at Prahallad Chandra Brahmachari High School at Adanga in Purushottampur in Jajpur district, Priyabrata made the glasses in two models, one with an ultrasonic sensor and a buzzer for visually impaired people, and an ultrasonic sensor, buzzer, and vibrator motor for visually impaired and hearing-impaired individuals at the Atal Tinkering Laboratory in his school.
Through the years, the disabled community too has reaped the advantages of the huge technological developments which were famous in almost each discipline.
Priyabrata’s teacher explained that the student had walked to him and asked about the prospects of developing one thing for the visually impaired individuals within the school laboratory.
His curiosity in offering solutions for visually and hearing-impaired individuals is such that he stays back in class and comes even on Sundays to work on his project.
To know and improve the glasses, Priyabrata went on to find out about sensor-driven motors by means of books and with some help from teachers. Next steps for the teenager include applying for a patent for the glasses.