A Virtual Environment-Based Training System for a Blind Wheelchair User Through Use of Three-Dimensional Audio Supported by Electroencephalography

@article{SilvadeSouza2018AVE,
  title={A Virtual Environment-Based Training System for a Blind Wheelchair User Through Use of Three-Dimensional Audio Supported by Electroencephalography},
  author={Everton Silva de Souza and Alexandre Cardoso and Edgard Lamounier},
  journal={Telemedicine Journal and e-Health},
  year={2018},
  volume={24},
  pages={614 - 620}
}
Abstract People with disabilities encounter many difficulties, especially when a diagnosis of more than one dysfunction is made, as is the case for visually impaired wheelchair users. In fact, this scenario generates a degree of incapacity in terms of the performance of basic activities on the part of the wheelchair user. The treatment of disabled patients is performed in an individualized manner according to their particular clinical aspects. People with visual and motor disabilities are… 

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