Using Voice Services

Sunu Voice Services is automatically enabled to allow you to hear some of the important functions of the Sunu Band. Use Sunu Voice to hear the menu of apps, the time,  the compass, Place Finder and proximity feedback….

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The HOME Button

The HOME button is closest to the sonar and is rough in texture. Press or click the HOME button to exit any application or function. The Sunu Band will vibrate once immediately after the HOME button is pressed…

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Finding your phone with Sunu Band

The Sunu Band makes finding your phone as easy as clicking a button. Please make sure that your Sunu Band is paired with your phone, that Voice Services is enabled and that your phone’s volume is on. Step…

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Calibrating your Sunu Band

The Sunu Band uses various internal sensors to know its position in space, as well as in which hand we’re wearing it. We calibrate the Sunu Band in order to insure that the sensors are properly synced and…

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Finding your way with the Sunu Band Compass

The Sunu Band compass uses audio and haptic vibration queues to inform the user which cardinal direction they are facing. The Sunu Band uses various internal sensors to know its position in space, as well as which hand…

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Finding nearby places with Sunu Band’s navigation app

The Place Finder app is a wayfinding tool that allows you to explore and access various places that are within your vicinity. You’ll be able to explore various categories of places with this app and what is nearby….

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Customizing the Proximity Feedback on your Sunu Band

Proximity Voice Feedback is an advanced echolocation feature of Sunu Band that allows you to hear the distance that you are to object or obstacle. The app is designed to complement Sunu Band’s haptic vibration feedback by providing…

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An primer for O&M specialists and trainers

I.  Introduction Sunu band is an electronic travel aid (ETA) that intends to augment perception and awareness for blind and low vision individuals to objects or obstacles that are within the environment. It specifically enables users to detect…

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O&M skills and scenarios

I. Following a queue and trailing Being able to follow a line or queue is a typical everyday scenario and one where the use of the white cane or guide dog is limited because of space and social…

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