Intelligent Glasses : A New Man-Machine Interface Concept Integrating Computer Vision and Human Tactile Perception

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  title={Intelligent Glasses : A New Man-Machine Interface Concept Integrating Computer Vision and Human Tactile Perception},
  author={Ramiro Velazquez and Flavien Maingreaud and Edwige E. Pissaloux},
  year={2003}
}
This paper introduces a new re-programmable interface concept, the Intelligent Glasses (IG): an association of physiological human inspired machine vision and tactile stimulation for 3D (static and dynamic) world representation. The IG interface concept is used to design a wearable system to facilitate navigation and assist mobility of the low vision/sightless in 3D non-cooperating environments at the Robotics Laboratory of Paris (LRP) and the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA). Being a re… CONTINUE READING
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