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)
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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