Bank note recognition for the vision impaired

  title={Bank note recognition for the vision impaired},
  author={Andrea Hinwood and Phil Preston and Gregg J. Suaning and Nigel H. Lovell},
  journal={Australasian Physics & Engineering Sciences in Medicine},
Blind Australians find great difficulty in recognising bank notes. Each note has the same feel, with no Braille markings, irregular edges or other tangible features. In Australia, there is only one device available that can assist blind people recognise their notes. Internationally, there are devices available; however they are expensive, complex and have not been developed to cater for Australian currency. This paper discusses a new device, the MoneyTalker that takes advantage of the largely… CONTINUE READING
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