Human-Computer Interaction

For some more up-to-date information and comments you can also check out my Brain’ on the topic.

Feeling Sounds, Hearing Sights: a new wave of sensory substitution devices work to assist people who are blind or deaf - ACM Communications, Vol. 61. N° 1, Jan. 2018

Pivothead smart glasses

Neosensory developing the Buzz, that translates ambient sounds such as sirens or smoke alarms into distinct patterns of vibrations that pulse through and across the device’s eight motors 

NavCog, to help the blind “explore” the world without vision

Aira, which connects blind users with remote human agents through a pair of smart glasses  © Bernard Smith 2017-18