chi2020_lee

Pedestrian Detection with Wearable Cameras for the Blind: A Two-way Perspective

Videos

Glasses

Video1 (V1): A perspective of a sighted passerby

An image showing the perspective of a sighted person who passes by a blind user wearing smrt glasses

Video2 (V2): A perspective of a blind user

An image showing the perspective of a blind user who wears smart glasses and passes by a sighted passerby

GoPro

Video1 (V1): A perspective of a sighted passerby

An image showing the perspective of a sighted person who passes by a blind user wearing GoPro

Video2 (V2): A perspective of a blind user

An image showing the perspective of a blind user who wears GoPro and passes by a sighted passerby

Question types

There are four different types of questions used in our user studies:

Questions for sighted participants

Attitude towards technology

Attitude towards wearable technology (asked in pre- and post-study)

Questions after video1 (V1) that shows the perspective of a pedestrian

Questions after video2 (V2) that shows the perspective of a blind user

Passerby perspective on real-world scenarios

Perception of wearable device after V2

Questions for blind participants

Experience with wearable technology

Attitude towards technology

Attitude towards wearable technology (asked in pre- and post-study)

Social interaction

Post-study questions about their perception of wearable devices

Post-study questions about their experience with wearable devices

Open-ended questions