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Exploring the Use of Wearables to Enable Indoor Navigation for Blind Users
One of the challenges that people with visual impairments (VI) have to have to confront daily, is navigating independently through foreign or unfamiliar spaces.Navigating through unfamiliar spaces without assistance is ...
Augmenting the Spatial Perception Capabilities of Users Who Are Blind
People who are blind face a series of challenges and limitations resulting from their lack of being able to see, forcing them to either seek the assistance of a sighted individual or work around the challenge by way of a ...
Steps Forward in Mobile Technology: Expanding the Vocabulary of Touchsceen Input and Immersive Simulation of Visual Impairments
I explored two different areas in the field of mobile technology for this thesis: mobile touch interaction and immersive visual impairment simulation.Magnetic fingerprints is a new magnetic input technique for mobile touch ...