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Opportunities and Pitfalls in Applying Emotion Recognition Software for Persons With a Visual Impairment: Simulated Real Life Conversations

Opportunities and Pitfalls in Applying Emotion Recognition Software for Persons With a Visual Impairment: Simulated Real Life Conversations

need among the community of visually impaired persons still exists for a solution that makes nonverbal signals accessible.To convey such information and make it accessible for visually impaired persons, visual information can be translated into auditory or tactile

Hendrik Buimer, Renske Schellens, Tjerk Kostelijk, Abdellatif Nemri, Yan Zhao, Thea Van der Geest, Richard Van Wezel

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e13722

Rhythmic Haptic Cueing Using Wearable Devices as Physiotherapy for Huntington Disease: Case Study

Rhythmic Haptic Cueing Using Wearable Devices as Physiotherapy for Huntington Disease: Case Study

breaks were scheduled between each session, but we also made clear to RK and her carer that they could request a break at any point during the study, even midtrial.Familiarization PeriodAfter completing the baseline set of trials without haptic cueing, the tactile

Theodoros Georgiou, Riasat Islam, Simon Holland, Janet van der Linden, Blaine Price, Paul Mulholland, Allan Perry

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(2):e18589