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Continuation from part 1, this is part 2 of our journey through 2016 Microsoft Imagine Cup: Big Idea Challenge. If you haven't read part 1. In this blog post, our journey continues with the other two Microsoft Imagine Cup Big Idea Challenges. Microsoft Imagine...read more
We strongly believe that it is our mission to help those who are in need. At present time, the blind community to better perceive their surrounding environment to be able to be mobile and do more. Thus, BAWA Cane is created to fill this gap. Seeing many wonder how our...read more
Many people are willing to offer their assistance immediately when they see a blind person. For example, a blind person is to cross a busy street, however, sighted people just don't know how to help or where to start. Generally, visually impaired get around just fine,...read more
People’s ability to perform everyday tasks and interact with the surrounding environment can be limited and affected by visual impairment. The most severe form of visual impairment is blindness, which can affect people’s quality of life, as they need to move about...read more
It's been a week since we pitched and showcased the BAWA Cane at Second Startup Bootcamp demo day that happened at Bangunan UAB, Georgetown, Penang. To this day, we felt special and honoured to be selected to join this prestiguous program organized by TE4P, powered by...read more
Growing up in a small city known as The Cat City; Kuching, Sarawak under the endless care of our beloved grandmother, it was heart-breaking to know that she will lose her sight. Since her forties, our grandmother had high blood pressure which then lead to glaucoma in...read more