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The assessment of non visual maritime cognitive maps of a blind sailor: a case study
Journal of Maps
Nowadays, thanks to the accessibility of GPS, sighted people widely use electronic charts to navigate through different kinds of environments. In the maritime domain, it has considerably improved the precision of course control. In this domain, blind sailors can not make a compass bearing, however they are able to interact with multimodal electronic charts. Indeed, we conceived SeaTouch, a haptic (tactilekinesthetic) and auditory virtual environment that allows users to perform virtual maritimedoi:10.4113/jom.2010.1087 fatcat:zlopytuomvghve6aseel4o7pru