Vinitha Khambadkar

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Spatial perception is a challenging task for people who are blind due to the limited functionality and sensing range of hands. We present GIST, a wearable gestural interface that offers spatial perception functionality through the novel appropriation of the user's hands into versatile sensing rods. Using a wearable depth-sensing camera, GIST analyzes the(More)
—Computer clock speeds which had been increasing tremendously over years is now slowing down and has reached its limit of saturation. In order to overcome this saturation of the clock speed, aggressively pursuing optimizations techniques are being developed to get more work done in each clock cycle in favor of parallel computing and concurrent programming.(More)
Figure 1: Combinations of different hand orientations define manual signs that correspond to different letters of an alphabet. For input, hand orientations are measured using low-cost mobile devices with integrated accelerometers, for output, users scan through a set of available orientations where a particular target orientation is indicated using(More)
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