Esteban Bayro Kaiser

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A wearable navigation system for visually impaired and blind people in unknown indoor and outdoor environments is presented. This system will map and track the position of the pedestrian during the exploration of the unknown environment. In order to build this system the well known Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) from mobile robotics will be(More)
For visually impaired people, a cane is a close companion helping them to detect and avoid obstacles while walking. But while walking in a new or changed environment, it is hard for them to guess where they are. Also it will be a problem when they lose memory of locations and places. The standard method for taking notes by visually impaired is to emboss(More)
The practical adaption of interface solutions for visual impaired and blind people is limited by simplicity and usability in practical scenarios. Different solutions (e.g. Drishti [1]) focuses upon speech or keyboard interfaces, which are not efficient or transparent in every-day environments. As an easy and practical way to achieve human-computer-(More)
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