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Low Vision with a Squint

EasyChair Preprint no. 4621

4 pagesDate: November 21, 2020


Low Vision accommodation technologies range from visors which use peripheral vision mapping to sensors, to software applications like vOICe, which when used with wearables or handhelds, convert a field of view from images to soundscapes. Similar accommodation paraphernalia, like smart walking sticks and human assistance based services, like Google Lookout.1 In this paper, the author compares these diverse technologies, proving peripheral vision visors are the most efficient and useful accommodations, and a combination of these technologies is available to an end user. The resulting information is made available through VUI to a low vision patient.. 

Keyphrases: low vision, peripheral vision, soundscape, visor, voice

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  author = {Anil Kumar Bheemaiah},
  title = {Low Vision with a Squint},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 4621},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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