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[Category : - Automotive Accessories - Footwear- DESIGN PATENTS]
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The present invention relates to the Espadrilles (shoes) for the blind for their easy access. They provide reliable comfort and reduce the cause of the accident in and around public places. The efficient mechanism provided by the Espadrilles makes the life of the blind smooth and easier

Objectives of this invention
The objective of this invention is, to design and manufacture cost-effective, low power espadrilles for easier access and increased performance to the blinds. The Espadrilles should be comfortable with ergonomic design and to reduce accidents. It provides a mechanism to control through Gestures and to increase the transportability of the blinds.
Background of the invention
Mechanized shoes provide more comfort and greater ability to interact with the environment. It promotes good communication between the obstacles that intervene in the flow of the users. It allows a blind person to better perform his/her activities. The product promotes numerous advantages to make daily activities faster, simpler and eventually a lot more fun. It gives massive support, instead of their blindness. It appropriately guides them to reach their destination without any interference.
The mechanized espadrilles are used for transforming the lives of blind people. The mechanized espadrilles have the following features that envy the blinds. Espadrilles enhance life by making them more comfortable in their everyday life. The Espadrilles are mainly used for transportation in the public through Google voice assistant and the data are transmitted wirelessly through the Wi-Fi or by the Bluetooth.
The GPS/GSM modules are used for tracking the path of the user. The GPS/GSM modules enhance the feature of the espadrille, and the Google voice assistant conveys a message if there is any intervention in the passage. The Wireless IR remote control transmits data to find the shoes in the public places and tracks them to the side of the user. We hereby used the Arduino modules for the data coagulation.
The electric motors and sensors that detect speed and tilt angle are actually inside of each wheel. The gyroscopes receive the data from the tilt sensors in the wheels and relay it to the logic board, keeping the board upright at all times.
There are switches under each foot pad that trigger an infrared LED light, which triggers a sensor. The light remains on when the rider keeps their feet flat, letting the logic board know not to run the motors. When the rider leans forward, the switch turns off the LED light, and then the sensor lets the logic board know to spin those wheels. Since the motors are independent of one another, a rider can actually do circles in place.
1. The participant gait velocity, contact surface area, and level of friction between the foot and surface. However, motorized platforms that could account for these factors during slip-like paradigms.
a. The load range will be about 10-150 Kg.
b. The maximum speed range would be 8 Km/h.
c. The charging input would be AC 100-220 V.
d. The system is covered by the cored layers.
e. Needs to be charged for about the duration of the 1.5h
2. 10 A Relay 1Ch wireless Remote control switch- the wireless sensing elements for the data transmission.
3. Lithium batteries – enhancing the life of the batteries through the Lithium ions and the power of the batteries would be 54wh/each, 54Wh*2
4. ESP 32 IoT module – enhancing data acquisition and control.
5. GPS modules – Enabling the correct track of the passage for the blind passenger.
6. Processor Module – Data transmission and acquisition mechanism.
7. The 12 V DC Metal gear motor – Enhancing the speed of the Espadrilles and factual balancing and the speed of the motors will be 250w/each.

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