Supporting Online Material for A Spectral Information Coding System for the Visually Impaired

Published: 9 May 2017| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/p6hxtmdpsp.2


MOVIE 1 This movie dipicts that the proposed system can detect the target in real time. The sparkling red LED lights were connected with micro vibrator motors; besides, each motor and corresponding LED were turned on or off at the same time. ( MOVIE 1 is uploaded at ) MOVIE 2 This movie depicts that the user can locate stationary target in real time. Each sparking red LED indicates the status of the corresponding vibrator motor. ( MOVIE 2 is uploaded to ) MOVIE 3 This movie describes how the real-time object tracking works. The right screen displays input image, and the left screen displays the processed image. The purple symbol of zero was selected as target, and the software filtered out other colors in the input image. The left screen only displays the regions of the selected color. The regions are featured by an artificial neural network, and mark the target with white square and others with red square. The result shows that the artificial intelligence can differ the target (purple symbol of zero) from others (purple scarf) ( MOVIE 3 is uploaded to )



National Taiwan University, National Yang-Ming University


Artificial Intelligence, Tracking (Scene Analysis), Smart City, Navigation