UCL Psychology and Language Sciences: Understanding wayfinding experiences of blind and partially sighted individuals in open spaces

11 June 2018
Source: UCL Psychology and Language Sciences

Maryam Bandukda, a PhD student at University College London is researching the area of wayfinding and open space navigation for people with visual impairments. She is looking for people aged 18 and above to complete a survey questionnaire. The questionnaire aims at gathering some initial information about potential participants in the research and asks for contact details should they be

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RLSB: Wayfindr

3 December 2015
Source: RLSB

What if vision impaired people could navigate independently using their smartphones?  Wayfindr is the first open standard for audio-based navigation, stemming from a productive collaboration between ustwo (a global digital product studio) and the RLSB Youth Forum. To tackle the challenge of independent travel for vision impaired people, Wayfindr is setting the standard for audio navigation using your smartphone. We are working

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