EyeRing: a finger-worn assistant

@inproceedings{Nanayakkara2012EyeRingAF,
  title={EyeRing: a finger-worn assistant},
  author={Suranga Nanayakkara and Roy Shilkrot and Pattie Maes},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2012}
}
Finger-worn interfaces are a vastly unexplored space for interaction design. It opens a world of possibilities for solving day-to-day problems, for visually impaired people and sighted people. In this work we present EyeRing, a novel design and concept of a finger-worn device. We show how the proposed system may serve for numerous applications for visually impaired people such as recognizing currency notes and navigating, as well as helping sighted people to tour an unknown city or intuitively… CONTINUE READING
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