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Business meeting with three people, a visually impaired woman in the left laughing, a visually impaired man wearing Strap talking to the other people standing in the middle, a woman on right listening to the person in the center.

Technology you’ve
never experienced
before

Discover a new way of living that will
change the way you explore the world.


Preorder Now

MEET

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STRAP

MEET STRAP



FEATURES

Obstacle detection
                                            Top view of a visually impaired person wearing Strap walking towards a clay object in the ground.

Obstacle
Detection

Strap works by sending real-
time information from sensors
that detect obstacles at your
head, chest, and below your
waist - including oncoming
bumps, holes, and steps.

Stair Detection
                                            Lateral view of a visually impaired woman wearing Strap going upstairs grabbing the handlebar.

Stair
Detection

Multiple sensors detect
oncoming floor obstacles
and allow users to go up and
down stairs, hands-free,
while wearing Strap.

Advanced Haptic Feedback
                                            Visually impaired person wearing strap walking towards a plant pont suspended from the ceiling.

Advanced
Haptic Feedback

Strap communicates with you
by using a vibration
communication method.
These real time, mobility
instructions guide and
engage you about your
environment to keep you
safe.

Straight line navigation
                                            Visually impaired woman wearing Strap walking in a straight line, the space has a wooden wall to her right.

Straight line
Navigation
and Orientation

Strap sensors provide
information and essential
direction instructions that
prevent unintentional veering
for long distances.

Hands Free
                                            Closeup picture of a visually impaired woman smiling wearing Strap and carrying a glass of water with one hand and a couple of books with the other one.

Hands Free

The world’s first total
replacement to the white
cane provides you a hands
free solution. Strap is a next
generation and brand new
wearable device worn
around your chest, you can
replace the white cane and
have the opportunity to do
more with your hands.

Danger Alert
                                            Front view of a visually impaired man walking towards an open full height open window in a second floor.

Danger Alert

Strap provides a sound alert
that notifies you if there is
significant danger ahead
such as a potential fall or
something that would cause
significant injury.

Automatic On/Off
                                            Woman sitting smiling and wearing Strap.

Automatic
On/Off

With our smart technology,
Strap’s motion sensor can
detect when you are resting
or in motion and responds by
automatically turning off and
on. Intended for convenience
and reducing battery usage,
the motion sensor activates
when movement is sensed
and turns off when no motion
is detected.

FEATURES

SPECS

Hands holding Strap and connecting 360 magnetic charger located in the bottom of the device. Features, swipe left for more

2-Day Battery
Usage

All-day battery life. Hardware and software work
together to get the most out of your battery. It’s
important for your battery to last and then recharge
in less time so that you can keep going.

360 Magnetic
Charger

It’s important for your battery to last and then
recharge in less time so that you can keep going
and do more in your life.

Software
Support

The easiest way to keep your Strap updated. We
deliver wifi software updates when your Strap is
charging in your downtime.

LEARNING

SECTION

Visually impaired man wearing Strap listening to the learning mode through headphones connected to the device.

Strap users can access learning mode
easily from their wearable device.
Simply connect your earbuds to the
port located on the upper right side.

Our instruction guide will teach you how
the device works simulating various real
world scenarios. In each scenario, you
will gain practice and understand what
each haptic vibration means and how to
act accordingly.

Discover a new way to
live, that will change
the way you explore
the world



Visually impaired man wearing strap sitting with a smile in his face.

Discover a new way to
live, that will change
the way you explore
the world



Visually impaired man wearing strap sitting with a smile in his face.