Paragraph text reading using a pixelized prosthetic vision simulator: parameter dependence and task learning in free-viewing conditions.

@article{Dagnelie2006ParagraphTR,
  title={Paragraph text reading using a pixelized prosthetic vision simulator: parameter dependence and task learning in free-viewing conditions.},
  author={Gislin Dagnelie and David James Barnett and Mark S. Humayun and Robert W Thompson},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={1241-50}
}
PURPOSE To investigate the feasibility of adequate reading by recipients of future prosthetic visual implants through simulation in sighted observers. METHODS Four normally sighted subjects used a video headset to view short-story segments at a sixth grade reading level, presented in 6- to 11-word paragraphs through a pixelizing grid defined by five parameters (dot size, grid size, dot spacing, random dropout percentage, and gray-scale resolution). Grid parameters were varied individually… CONTINUE READING
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