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Electronic spatial sensing for the blind

contributions from perception, rehabilitation, and computer vision
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Statementedited by David H. Warren, Edward R. Strelow.
SeriesNATO ASI series., no. 99
ContributionsWarren, David H., Strelow, Edward R., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
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LC ClassificationsRE986 .N38 1984
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Paginationxvi, 521 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2540203M
ISBN 109024732387
LC Control Number85021453

About this book During September, we held a Research Workshop at the Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, California, bringing togeth­ er leaders in the field of electronic spatial sensors for the blind from the psychology, engineering, and rehabilitation areas.

About this book Introduction During September, we held a Research Workshop at the Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, California, bringing togeth­ er leaders in the field of electronic spatial sensors for the blind from the psychology, engineering, and rehabilitation areas.

Electronic Spatial Sensing for the Blind: Contributions from Perception, Rehabilitation, and Computer Vision. Electronic spatial sensing for the blind: contributions from perception, rehabilitation, and computer vision / edited by David H.

Warren, Edward R. Strelow. Creator NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Visual Spatial Prosthesis for the Blind ( Lake Arrowhead, Calif.). Electronic Spatial Sensing for the Blind Contributions from Perception, Rehabilitation, and Computer Vision:洋書エクスプレス - d Electronic Spatial Sensing for the Blind Contributions from Perception, Rehabilitation, and Computer Vision 著 者: D.H.

Warren, Edward R. Strelow 出版年: Oct ISBN Electronic Spatial Sensing for the Blind Contributions from Perception, Rehabilitation, and Computer Vision edited by David H. Warren Edward R. Strelow Department of Psychology University of California Riverside, California USA UNIVERSITATSBIBLIOTHEK HANNOVER.

Electronic spatial sensing for the blind: contributions from perception, rehabilitation, and computer vision / edited by David H. Warren, Edward R. Strelow NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Visual Spatial Prosthesis for the Blind Electronic spatial sensing for the blind book Arrowhead, Calif.) ( A recent review of electronic aids for the blind (7) showed how little progress toward a widely usable electronic aid for mobility had been made over a period of 25 years.

The range of devices of Sensory AIDS to Spatial Perception for Blind Persons: Their Design and Evaluation | SpringerLinkCited by: The use of ultrasonic spatial sensors for training spatial awareness in blind children has been a matter of considerable interest and research (1,5,10).

Past investigators have been constrained to use binaural spatial sensors for such training, and there has been considerable debate as to their suitability for this purpose (3,6,9).Cited by: 2. Scan-Read Devices Welcome to the section of our site devoted to scanners and readers for those with low vision or the blind.

This section features Braille Displays, Simon Stand Alone Reading Machine, Portset Reader, Libra Reading Machine, PC Based Readers, Scan-A-Can for Windows Deluxe, Visability (Low Vision Scan and Read System). Lie I. () On Replacement and Problem Solving Potentials of Spatial Aids for the Blind.

In: Warren D.H., Strelow E.R. (eds) Electronic Spatial Sensing for the Blind. NATO ASI Series (Series E: Applied Sciences), vol Author: Ivar Lie. Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Tactile Stimulator Blind Subject Blind User Tactile Display.

These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: MoBIC: designing a travel aid for blind and elderly people.

Navigat ]] Google Scholar; Talkenberg, H. Electronic Guide DogA technical approach on in-town navigation. Paper presented at The Rank Prize Funds Symposium on Technology to Assist the Blind and Visually Impaired, Grasmere, Cumbria, England, March, Author: R MarstonJames, M LoomisJack, L KlatzkyRoberta, G GolledgeReginald, L SmithEthan.

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beams to provide active sensing that can potentially increase the user’s spatial perception of the environment. Participants were tasked with using the EyeCane for several basic tasks with minimal training. Results: Blind and blindfolded-sighted participants were able to use the EyeCane successfully for distance estimation, simple.

Kay, L. An ultrasonic sensing probe as a mobility aid for the blind. Ultrasonics2, 53– [Google Scholar] Kay, L. A sonar aid to enhance spatial perception of the blind: Engineering design and evaluation. Radio Electron.

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Eng. 44, [Google Scholar]Cited by: 4. Abstract: Cooperative spectrum sensing has been studied to combat the hidden terminal problem by exploiting the spatial diversity in cognitive radio (CR) networks. This paper concerns blind cooperative spectrum sensing with soft fusion, where the a priori knowledge of channels and primary signals is unavailable, and soft information is transmitted from each secondary user (SU) to a fusion center for Cited by: 6.

Among the numerous potential applications of this interface are electronic travel aids and visual prosthetics for the blind, augmentation of spatial awareness in hazardous working environments, as.

Variable Exponent Regularization Approach for Blur Kernel Estimation of Remote Sensing Image Blind Restoration Abstract: Spatial remote sensing images are usually degraded during image capturing procedures mainly due to the mixed factors of atmospheric Cited by: 2.

Remote Sensing, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Journals. Department of Geography and Spatial Information Techniques, Ningbo University, Fenghua Road, NingboZhejiang, China All manuscripts are thoroughly refereed through a single-blind peer-review process. Spectrum sensing enables the user to continuously monitor the channel prior to its access to the channel.

In this paper, we propose a novel blind spectrum sensing scheme for an unknown ultraviolet signal over strong atmospheric turbulence channel, based on the estimated signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and the noise by: 2. Self-referent and movement cues in coding spatial location by blind and sighted children Perception 10 – Millar S.

Self-referent and movement cues in coding spatial location by blind and sighted children, Percept – Cited by: This chapter provides an overview of sensing capabilities for the estimation of distances and localization in a team of mobile robot platforms.

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This work, similar to others in this book, has been carried out in the context of the EU GUARDIANS project (Group of Unmanned Assistant Robots Deployed In Aggregative Navigation supported by Scent Author: L.

Nomdedeu, J. Sales, R. Marín, E. Cervera, J.S. Aez. Spatial sensing is the detection, measuring and analysis of an environment's space and objects in real-time for the purposes of mapping them.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Request PDF | A technological innovation to safely aid in the spatial orientation of blind people in a complex urban environment | In the broader context of smart cities, to ensure mobility of. 26 Principles of Remote Sensing During early half of twentieth century, aerial photos were used in military surveys and topographical mapping.

Main advantage of aerial photos has been the high spatial resolution with fine details and therefore they are still used for mapping at large scale such as in route surveys, town planning. The Blind Audio Tactile Mapping System (BATS) project focuses on research by helping people without sight access and explore spatial information.

A More Accessible Map Sean Duffey from the web design web site “A List Apart” outlines how to break out the underlying map data from the visual layout to create online maps that are more.

Abstract: Hyperspectral unmixing is an important and challenging task in the field of remote sensing which arises when the spatial resolution of sensors is insufficient for the separation of spectrally distinct materials.

Hyperspectral images, like other natural images, have highly correlated pixels and it is very desirable to make use of this spatial : Burkni Palsson, Johannes R.

Sveinsson, Magnus O.

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Ulfarsson. In any case, within 15 minutes of using the device, blind people can begin interpreting spatial information via the BrainPort, which seems to be an ideal organ for sensing Author: Mandy Kendrick.The book discusses the instruments and principles that support a wide range of systems: optical, thermal, and radar.

The text focuses on satellites-including power, data storage, and telemetry systems-because this knowledge is important for the development of new remote sensing systems.Postma, et al., demonstrated the role of visual experience in such haptic spatial tasks, including the description of angles between bars on a table, showing that blindfolded sighted subjects outperformed late blind subjects, who outperformed early blind subjects.

They found that having experienced vision, even to a limited extent, helps in Cited by: