Gift of sight: Nguyen Ba Hai helps a visually impaired girl use his special glasses. — Photo khoahoc.tv by Ha Nguyen Nguyen Ba Hai is Viet Nam’s first inventor of haptic eyes which serves Vietnamese and foreigners who suffer from varying degrees of blindness. Dr Hai’s project, where he produced glasses for the visually-impaired, became the hottest topic of debate during a meeting between Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and outstanding young scientists last September. Within 10 minutes of the presentation of his project, PM Dung decided to pump in US$1 million and assign the Minister of Science and Technology and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Central Committee to co-ordinate with Hai to set up a concrete scheme to produce haptic eyes. Hai recalled that during his working tours to remote and isolated areas he was so moved to meet and see visually-impaired people, the difficulties they faced in their daily life and activities. “Their difficult circumstances compelled me to research and invent haptic eyes, a pair of special glasses for the visually-impaired,” Hai said. After a year of research and a lot of hard work, in 2011, Hai produced the first glasses which weighed 2 kilograms…
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