Design and development of an indoor navigation and object identification system for the blind

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In this paper we present a new system that assists blind users in orienting themselves in indoor environments. We developed a sensor module that can be handled like a flashlight by a blind user and can be used for searching tasks within the three-dimensional environment. By pressing keys, inquiries concerning object characteristics, position, orientation… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1028630.1028657

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@inproceedings{Hub2003DesignAD, title={Design and development of an indoor navigation and object identification system for the blind}, author={Andreas Hub and Joachim Diepstraten and Thomas Ertl}, booktitle={ASSETS}, year={2003} }