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Conference Papers Year : 2003

Application of parallelism concept to tracking task by blind people

Abstract

In general, application of the parallelism concept enables information to be accessed more precisely and easily when the number of sensors is high. We have developed a "Braille Box" by modifying Braille cells to form a tactile stimulator array which is compatible with a fingertip. Each pin can be controlled independently so that we can change the size and type of array in order to study the tactile perception of both simple and complex graphical forms. Our results show that by applying the parallelism concept to this device, blind people can increase the speed of exploration with smoother movement during a tracking task.
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hal-04577674 , version 1 (16-05-2024)

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N. Sribunruangrit, C. Marque, C. Lenay, O. Gapenne. Application of parallelism concept to tracking task by blind people. Conference of A New Beginning for Human Health, 2003, Cancun, Unknown Region. pp.1633-1636. ⟨hal-04577674⟩
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