A wearable assistive device for the blind using tongue-placed electrotactile display: Design and verification

@article{Nguyen2013AWA,
  title={A wearable assistive device for the blind using tongue-placed electrotactile display: Design and verification},
  author={Thanh Huong Nguyen and Thi Hue Nguyen and Thi Lan Le and Thi Thanh Hai Tran and Nicolas Vuillerme and Tan Phu Vuong},
  journal={2013 International Conference on Control, Automation and Information Sciences (ICCAIS)},
  year={2013},
  pages={42-47}
}
Various assistive devices have been developed intensively in order to help and guide blind people. Thanks to the experimental paradigm of sensory substitution, the blind people are able to “sense” the environment by one of these devices which are called Tongue-Placed Electrotactile Display (TED). It plays a key role as a man-machine interface that brings the environment information to the brain in place of the deceased sense organ. In this paper, a proposed design of the TED which is located… CONTINUE READING

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