A HoloLens Application to Aid People who are Visually Impaired in Navigation Tasks

@inproceedings{Huang2017AHA,
  title={A HoloLens Application to Aid People who are Visually Impaired in Navigation Tasks},
  author={Jonathan Huang},
  year={2017}
}
Day-to-day activities such as navigation and reading can be particularly challenging for people with visual impairments. Reading text on signs may be especially difficult for people who are visually impaired because signs have variable color, contrast, and size. Indoors, signage may include office, classroom, restroom, and fire evacuation signs. Outdoors, they may include street signs, bus numbers, and store signs. Depending on the level of visual impairment, just identifying where signs exist… CONTINUE READING

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