Standardising Electronic Travel Aid Interaction for Visually Impaired People

@inproceedings{Harper1998StandardisingET,
  title={Standardising Electronic Travel Aid Interaction for Visually Impaired People},
  author={Simon Harper},
  year={1998}
}
Orientation, Navigation and Mobility are perhaps three of the most important aspects of ordinary human life. Most aspects of the dissemination of information to aid navigation and cues for active mobility are passed to humans via the most complex sensory system, the vision system. This visual information forms the basis for most navigational tasks and so with impaired vision an individual is at a disadvantage because appropriate information about the environment is not available. This project… CONTINUE READING
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