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Mixed Reality Indoor Navigation system for the Visually Impaired
Walking is an essential means of transportation for humans. While walking to a destination, navigation through the environment requires prior knowledge of its surroundings. Different senses are used to acquire surrounding ...
Generating Efficient Feedback and Enabling Interaction in Virtual Worlds for Users with Visual Impairments
Virtual worlds have become very popular in the last decade and now these simulated environments have tens of millions of active users worldwide. Users benefit from virtual worlds in many different areas including social ...
Non-Visual Natural User Interfaces
Natural user interfaces (NUI) have recently become popular due to their characteristics that capitalize on a user's ability to utilize skills acquired through real world experiences. NUI's provide a method of device ...
Playing A Game With Supplemental Modalities
Video games are presented to a user primarily using visual feedback. Although many games contain sound and haptic feedback, these modalities are usually secondary in nature. Most secondary stimuli are used to enhance the ...