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  • 1. AEGIS 2nd International Conference 2011 COGNITIVE NAVIGATION ANDOBJECT DETECTION SYSTEM FOR BLIND PEOPLELarisa DunaiGuillermo Peris-FajarnesTeresa Magal-RoyoBeatriz Defez AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 2. CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN TECNOLOGÍAS GRÁFICAS UNIVERSITAT POLITÉCNICA DE VALENCIA Nov 2011from CASBLIP to EYE21 www.casblip.es to www.eye2021.com AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 3. Can we see with sounds? AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 4. Can we see with sounds? AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 5. Can we see with sounds?Illuminated areas show areas of the brain responsible for the processing ofchanges in the surrounding space. Yellow circle is the region called planumtemporale.Las áreas iluminadas indican activación relacionada con percepciones de cambio espacial. El círculo amarillomuestra la región planum temporale. (Foto: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) The brain process, in a no conscience action, the origin of specific sounds on this area. This is not a voluntary action. De esta forma, los investigadores han llegado a la conclusión de que sus experimentos sugieren que las neuronas en esta región ejercen la función, de manera no intencionada ni conectada a una atención consciente, de localizar en el entorno las fuentes de sonido http://www.solociencia.com/medicina/07102503.htm AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 6. Can we see with sounds?YES, but the type of information and the way of how the information of perceivedwill not be the same…….SI, siempre y cuando se entienda que ver con los ojos no va a generar el mismo tipo de información en ambos casos….. Nosabemos cómo se ve…. AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 7. Can we see with sounds? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yM3lw1Ij rs&feature=player_embedded#at=94YES, but the type of information and the way of how the information of perceivedwill not be the same…….SI, siempre y cuando se entienda que ver con los ojos no va a generar el mismo tipo de información en ambos casos….. Nosabemos cómo se ve…. AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 8. How can we use the technology then? (to see with the ears) - Adquiring the 3D infromation by using Electronics - Representing the 3D world information by using sounds AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 9. How can we use the technology then? (to see with the ears) ¡¡¡¡¡ yes !!!!! CASBLIP 2005-2009 ---- WWW.CASBLIP.ES AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 10. How can we use the technology then? (to see with the ears)2009 AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 11. Can we create an smart and portable system? Able to be easily use WWW.EYE2021.COM EYE2021 is going to be an SME oriented to assist with technology to totally and partially blind people. EYE21 is going to be the first product in the market2011 able to transform 3D information into audio wit the intention to be used by blind people helping them to perceive better the environment. AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 12. Can we create an smart and portable system? Able to be easily use AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 13. Can we create an smart and portable system? Able to be easily use AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 14. What about the future?A new paper from MIT neuroscientists, in collaboration with Alvaro Pascual-Leoneat Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, offers evidence that it is easier to rewirethe brain early in life. The researchers found that a small part of the brain’s visualcortex that processes motion became reorganized only in the brains of subjectswho had been born blind, not those who became blind later in life.http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/brain-blindness-1021.html How to see? What to see? What will be the next steep? AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 15. THE CORE OF HOE DO WE SEE? AEGIS International Conference 2011
  • 16. THANKS……gperis@upv.es AEGIS International Conference 2011