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HCI
2011
8 years 2 months ago
BrailleTouch: Mobile Texting for the Visually Impaired
BrailleTouch is an eyes-free text entry application for mobile devices. Currently, there exist a number of hardware and software solutions for eyes-free text entry. Unfortunately, ...
Brian Frey, Caleb Southern, Mario Romero
ISWC
2006
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
Eye of the Beholder: Phone-Based Text-Recognition for the Visually-Impaired
Blind and visually-impaired people cannot access essential information in the form of written text in our environment (e.g., on restaurant menus, street signs, door labels, produc...
Tudor Dumitras, Matthew L. Lee, Pablo Quinones, As...
AWIC
2007
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
Accessing the Web on Handheld Devices for Visually Impaired People
In this paper, we propose an automatic summarization system to ease web browsing for visually impaired people on handheld devices. In particular, we propose a new architecture for ...
Gaël Dias, Bruno Conde
FLAIRS
2009
8 years 9 months ago
Hierarchical Soft Clustering and Automatic Text Summarization for Accessing the Web on Mobile Devices for Visually Impaired Peop
In this paper, we propose a universal solution to web search and web browsing on handheld devices for visually impaired people. For this purpose, we propose (1) to automatically c...
Gaël Dias, Sebastião Pais, Fernando Cu...
CCIA
2009
Springer
9 years 15 days ago
Text Detection in Urban Scenes
Abstract. Text detection in urban scenes is a hard task due to the high variability of text appearance: different text fonts, changes in the point of view, or partial occlusion are...
Sergio Escalera, Xavier Baró, Jordi Vitri&a...
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