A London-based technology entrepreneur is crowdsourcing investment for a smartphone application intended to assist the blind or visually impaired.

The technology will be available 24/7 via live assistants taking advantage of a client phone's rear-facing camera. The app, called Eyebridge, is slated for public launch in October given sufficient investment. Within five days of the product's announcement, inventor Guy Curlewis had raised $81,000 of his $212,000 target.

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