Some practical vocational aids for the blind

@article{Brabyn1989SomePV,
  title={Some practical vocational aids for the blind},
  author={John A. Brabyn and William Gerrey and Thomas Fowle and Albert B. Alden and Jay Williams},
  journal={Images of the Twenty-First Century. Proceedings of the Annual International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society,},
  year={1989},
  pages={1502-1503 vol.5}
}
Several electronic assistive devices for blind employees in a variety of job situations are described. These include a simple blood pressure gauge with audio-braille output, an electronic stud finder, a general purpose microprocessor-based talking job instrumentation system, and a generic speech module for adaptation of many different standard instruments so that they can be used by a blind operator. They are offered as examples of how vocational instruments and tools designed for sighted use… CONTINUE READING

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