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ASSETS
2000
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
Wearable interfaces for orientation and wayfinding
People with severe visual impairment need a means of remaining oriented to their environment as they move through it. Three wearable orientation interfaces were developed and eval...
David A. Ross, Bruce B. Blasch
ASSETS
2007
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Accessible spaces: navigating through a marked environment with a camera phone
We demonstrate a system designed to assist a visually impaired individual while moving in an unfamiliar environment. Small and economical color markers are placed in key locations...
Kee-Yip Chan, Roberto Manduchi, James Coughlan
ISWC
2003
IEEE
10 years 8 months ago
Coarse, Inexpensive, Infrared Tracking for Wearable Computing
We present a novel, inexpensive, coarse tracking system that determines a person’s approximate 2D location and 1D head orientation in an indoor environment. While this coarse tr...
Drexel Hallaway, Tobias Höllerer, Steven Fein...
CHI
2004
ACM
11 years 3 months ago
Robotic camera control for remote exploration
A video stream from a single camera is often the foundation for situational awareness in teleoperation activities. Poor camera placement, narrow field-of-view and other camera pro...
Stephen B. Hughes, Michael Lewis
HUC
2010
Springer
10 years 3 days ago
Propinquity: exploring embodied gameplay
Consumer game platforms are realizing Ubicomp's vision of seamless, sensor-based, embodied interaction with computation. Here we present Propinquity, a full-body dancing/figh...
Amanda Williams, Lynn Hughes, Bart Simon
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