Bionic Kinect device to assist visually impaired people by haptic and voice feedback

Abstract

This paper presents a wearable bionic Kinect device for blinds that helps visually challenging persons to move freely without any external assistance. This wearable consists of Kinect sensor, NUC (Next Unit of Computing) board and haptic feedback. Kinect sensor is used to get color data by RGB (Red Green Blue) camera and depth data by infrared projector… (More)

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@article{Ahmad2016BionicKD, title={Bionic Kinect device to assist visually impaired people by haptic and voice feedback}, author={Fawad Ahmad and Tanveerulhaq and Irfan Ishaq and Danish Ali and M. Faisal Riaz}, journal={2016 International Conference on Bio-engineering for Smart Technologies (BioSMART)}, year={2016}, pages={1-4} }