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ISWC
2006
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Trinetra: Assistive Technologies for Grocery Shopping for the Blind
Trinetra aims for cost-effective, assistive technologies to provide blind people with a greater degree of independence in their daily activities. The overall objective is to impro...
Patrick E. Lanigan, Aaron M. Paulos, Andrew W. Wil...
CHI
2008
ACM
10 years 11 months ago
The GroceryMate: eliciting community empathy and transforming it into purposeful action
People who are homeless in the United States lack adequate amounts of nutritious food which is detrimental to their health. We are designing a grocery shopping assistance device t...
Rajasee S. Rege, Jennifer L. Allen, Eric P. Drewsk...
AISS
2010
125views more  AISS 2010»
9 years 8 months ago
A Dual-Mode Intelligent Shopping Assistant
"Radio Frequency Identification" (RFID) promises to enable an automatic collection of shopping data for business intelligent purposes. Three important components of inte...
Lilac A. E. Al-Safadi
JCDL
2010
ACM
150views Education» more  JCDL 2010»
10 years 19 days ago
Interpretation of web page layouts by blind users
Digital libraries must support assistive technologies that allow people with disabilities such as blindness to use, navigate and understand their documents. Increasingly, many doc...
Luis Francisco-Revilla, Jeff Crow
MOBISYS
2007
ACM
10 years 10 months ago
Universal real-time navigational assistance (URNA): an urban bluetooth beacon for the blind
We describe a complete hardware/software system, dubbed Universal Real-Time Navigational Assistance (URNA), which enables communication of relevant location-aware information to a...
S. Bohonos, A. Lee, A. Malik, C. Thai, Roberto Man...
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