Electronic spatial sensing for the blind : contributions from perception, rehabilitation, and computer vision

edited by David H. Warren and Edward R. Strelow

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Visual Spatial Prostheses for the Blind, Lake Arrowhead, California, USA, September 10-13, 1984

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  • Review Section.- Historical Overview.- A Review of Mobility Aids and Means of Assessment.- Technologies of Spatial Sensing.- On Mobility Aids for the Blind.- Computer Vision Requirements in Blind Mobility Aids.- Computer Vision for the Blind.- Sensory Aids to Spatial Perception for Blind Persons: Their Design and Evaluation.- Physical Principles Underlying Blind Guidance Prostheses with an Emphasis on the Ultrasonic Exploration of a Region of Space.- Comment: Three New Blind Guidance Prostheses and What they Teach Us.- Microprocessor Techniques Applied to Ultrasonic Pulse/Echo Travel Aids for the Blind.- Tactile Vision Substitution: Some Instrumentation and Perceptual Considerations.- Studies of the Use of Spatial Sensors.- Evaluating Mobility Aids: An Evolving Methodology.- Training the Use of Artificial Spatial Displays.- Sensory Substitution of Vision by Audition.- Sonar Sensory Aid and Blind Children's Spatial Cognition.- Spatial Awareness Training of Blind Children Using the Trisensor.- Sensory Substitution in Blind Children and Neonates.- Use of Sonar Sensors with Human Infants.- Developmental Brain Research, Deprivation, and Sensory Aids.- Comment: Animal Models of Plasticity and Sensory Substitution.- Rehabilitation Issues.- Vision Prosthesis and Aids: Readiness or Appropriateness.- Technology and the Blind Person: Corridors of Insensitivity.- Perceptual and Cognitive Considerations.- On Replacement and Problem Solving Potentials of Spatial Aids for the Blind.- Implications of Perceptual Theory for the Development of Non-Visual Travel Aids for the Visually Impaired.- Amodal Information and Transmodal Perception.- Understanding Perceived Spatial Layout of Scenes: A Prerequisite for Prostheses for Blind Travelers.- The Cognitive Foundations of Mobility.- Comment: Issues in Travel Aid Design.- Comment: Machine Visual Guidance for the Blind.- Mobility and Orientation Processes of the Blind.- Final Commentary.

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書名 Electronic spatial sensing for the blind : contributions from perception, rehabilitation, and computer vision
著作者等 NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Visual Spatial Prostheses for the Blind
North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division
Strelow, Edward R.
Warren, David H
シリーズ名 NATO ASI series
出版元 Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division [by] M. Nijhoff
刊行年月 1985
ページ数 xvi, 521 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9024732387
NCID BA00215576
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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