That's a global position satellite system? They're great. You can get directions to anywhere you want to go. But one amazing new use for GPS is being tested to help the blind find their way around. It's called the "VoiceNote GPS" and it's about the size of a spiral notebook. People with impaired vision can use a Braille keyboard to type in addresses and get directions. It then uses a voice system and satellite to tell the user where they are, and which way to go to get to their destination. If you decide to just wander around town, it can keep track of you and let you know your location. The device is made by Pulse Data, a New Zealand company that specializes in tools for the blind and people with impaired vision. The goal isn't to replace the guide dog or cane, but to give people with vision problems another tool to help them be more self-sufficient. It's a GPS system that's changing lives. It's not available yet; it's still in the testing stage, but we'll keep you posted on the progress.