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Graphical abstract Abstract In general, a blind person is relying on guide canes in order to walk outside besides depending only on a tactile pavement as warning and directional tools in order for avoiding any obstructions or hazardous situation. However, there still need a lot of training in order to recognize the tactile pattern and it's quite difficult for new blind person. This paper describes the development and evaluation of vision based on the tactile paving detection method for blinddoi:10.11113/jt.v77.6547 fatcat:oebuzpjmqnftfpdf67u4soodhq