Robot vision for the visually impaired

@article{Pradeep2010RobotVF,
  title={Robot vision for the visually impaired},
  author={Vivek Pradeep and G{\'e}rard G. Medioni and James D. Weiland},
  journal={2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition - Workshops},
  year={2010},
  pages={15-22}
}
We present a head-mounted, stereo-vision based navigational assistance device for the visually impaired. The head-mounted design enables our subjects to stand and scan the scene for integrating wide-field information, compared to shoulder or waist-mounted designs in literature which require body rotations. In order to extract and maintain orientation information for creating a sense of egocentricity in blind users, we incorporate visual odometry and feature based metric-topological SLAM into… CONTINUE READING
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