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For the visually impaired, crossing the road is a field exercise, but it is really very dangerous. They have to face the traffic flow directly before they can adapt to not being able to see it or are not familiar with it.
Users:Visually impaired persons. / Use field :VR installation site (hospital, school for visually impaired,association for visually impaired )
Purpose:Let the visually impaired feel the real road through virtual reality, through repeated practice, quickly know the vehicle direction and vehicle sound position.
Innovative features: you can use virtual reality to add scenes later, or to add more sounds.
National Yunlin University of Scien
Douliou City, Taiwan
National Yunlin University of Science & Technology