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Understanding the Next Generation Visual Aid Paul Mogan June 21, 2004

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Some History The original – LVES 1994 Developed by NASA and Johns Hopkins Headset weight: 2.5 LB, for the most part forward Black & White picture Quickly got to be uncomfortable Unsuitable for the elderly because of weight Totally hindered field of perspective

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Some History Second Generation – JORDY 1.0 1999 Color Image Lighter Can go about as CCTV on a stand

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Some History Third Generation – Jordy 2 2001 Color pictures Weighs just 7 oz Better low light execution Better profundity of field Can without much of a stretch be "glanced around"" for introduction

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Why is Next Generation Visual Aid Important? A large number of individuals in America have extreme vision misfortune. As per the Lighthouse National Survey on Vision Loss, in 2010 there will be an expected 8.3 million Americans, over the age of 65 who have some sort of visual debilitation. This number is relied upon to become rapidly from 2010 to 2030 to a sum of 14.8 million elderly Americans with a visual impedance, 7.7 million of which will have an extreme disability. As per the National Advisory Eye Council, the financial effect of visual issue and handicaps was around $14.2 billion every year in 1981. By 1995 this figure was assessed to have ascended to more than $38.4 billion every year. We are improving individuals\' lives. We are giving them trust. We are CREATING ABILITY Proverbs says: "Without Vision the general population die" Proverbs 29:18

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Why is Next Generation Visual Aid Important? What amount is it worth to have the capacity to see faces? What amount is it worth to have the capacity to peruse stories to your children? What\'s the cost of a man\'s self-regard? The reason, most importantly else, is that we are peopling

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Goal for Advanced Visual Aid To make Ability from Disability for those with visual debilitation Address both the requirements of low vision patients AND those with situational visual weaknesses Target improvements to both the wide shopper market AND the inability market Mass purchaser business sector will pull in accomplices, fund research and lower the expense of what is created

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Concept for Low Vision Aid Electronics & Wireless correspondences Battery Image preparing, camera control & remote interchanges Display Camera

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How Do We Achieve This Goal? The buyer commercial center is driving the advancements we require Smaller and all the more capable ultra convenient PCs (PC gaming and tablets) Increasing combination of usefulness into versatile gadgets (PDA, PDA and so on) Computer, mobile phone, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) Wireless correspondence and shrewd systems Improved showcase advances with better determination, higher complexity and lower power utilization (compact processing) Smaller batteries with higher vitality thickness (portable workstations, PDAs) Smaller, lighter optics and cameras (computerized cameras, camcorders) We "ride the wave" of these innovations and grow just what we have to.

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Today\'s Technology Innovative Displays Make New Devices Possible Electronic Ink (e-ink.com) gives a paper-like high difference intelligent presentation obvious in even splendid light. Showcases are light, thin and low power Picture demonstrates Sony digital book gadget with e-ink show

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Today\'s Technology Innovative Displays Make New Devices Possible Philips has built up a presentation which can be moved up Displays can be expansive yet fit into minimal spaces.

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Today\'s Technology Shrinking Size of Portable Electronics World\'s littlest PDA: 3.3" X 2.1" X 0.33" weighing 2.5 oz. Philips keychain camcorder, camera, MP3 player, streak drive MPEG4 Camcorder (25 min; QVGA @ 30 fps), QVGA is 240 x 320 pixels Micro showcase viewfinder 2MP Digital Still Camera (200 pics) USB direct battery re-charge 128MB USB stockpiling gadget 2 hours of MP3 play-back NEC N900 telephone Philips Key019

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Today\'s Technology Computing Needs for Next Generation Visual Aid A controller for cutting edge low vision help ought to: Provide remote association with head mounted bit Provide web network to advance wayfinding and consolidation of different capacities Integrate effectively with abilities created by different analysts Be equipped for abusing RFID and different innovations Computing needs may be fulfilled in one of 3 courses: Computers with a tablet structure component Computers with a PocketPC structure variable Cellular telephones (most encouraging)

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Today\'s Technology Tiny Laptop-Type Computers Tiny PC in a "portable PC" structure element – Flipstart PC (Vulcan) 1 GHz Transmeta Crusoe processor 5.8" X 4" X 1" Weighs 1 pound Built in 802.11G remote

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Today\'s Technology Pocket-Sized PC Going past today\'s light portable PCs, there are right now a few distinctive ultra-PCs The measure of a PDA Also work as a desktop PC when in docking stand Run Windows XP and have 1 GHz processor USB, remote web, Bluetooth, firewire and so forth Antelope Technologies OQO

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Today\'s Technology More Than A Cell Phone Nokia 7700 Music and video playback and spilling Internet skimming Video playback (Realplayer) 640x480 camera with 2X computerized zoom FM radio Email , content informing, sight and sound informing MP3 player Integrated handsfree & voice recorder Bluetooth innovation (counting sound) Personal Information Management: timetable, contacts, undertakings, number cruncher and more Word, Sheet, and Presentation Viewer; Word & Sheet converter Touch screen and pen-based (stylus) information Weight: 6.5 Oz Dimensions: 5.3 in/x 3.1 in. x 0.9 in. Show size: 640 x 320 pixels 65,536 hues On-screen console Handwriting acknowledgment Runs JAVA applets 20 MB inward capacity, 64 MB memory card (can purchase 128 MB card) Bluetooth, can synchronize with neighborhood PC Nokia 9500 Communicator

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Today\'s Technology Thin-Client Computer With HMD Microvision\'s Nomad Expert System Augmented reality HMD Thin customer PC Used in car industry to overlay outlines on equipment being taken a shot at Nomad System

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Near-term Developments (<1 year to market) Approaching the One-Chip Device Today it takes 1 chip for microcontrollers in little gadgets, GPS and radio (see figure: from left to right - a microcontroller chip, GPS collector chip, & OOK radio module)

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Near-term Developments (<1 year to market) Information Storage & Batteries Toshiba has the world\'s littlest hard drive at around 0.85 inches distance across and holds 4 GB Toshiba 1.8" utilized as a part of Apple IPOD Mini uses 1" Hitachi drive Seagate 1" 5GB drive to offer in 2004, one adaptation for versatile hardware, the other will fit into conservative glimmer opening Philips Research Labs has built up the capacity to fabricate bended Li Ion batteries that don\'t trade off battery effectiveness Battery configuration can be ergonomic Direct Methanol Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Fuel Cells are additionally coming to showcase Toshiba Hard Drive Lithylene bended battery cell

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Near-term Developments (<1 year to advertise) Tiny Auto-center Lenses & Cameras Philips Research Labs has built up a modest variable center liquid focal point. It is gone for the computerized camera market. The photo demonstrates a camera with the focal point on it. On the privilege is the focal point without anyone else\'s input. The focal point can get to be curved or raised.

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Near-term Developments (<1 year to market) Trends in Semiconductor Industry Computer chips Chip creators are currently moving from a 90 nanometer highlight size to a 65 nanometer highlight size. This will decrease chip sizes and power utilization. Intel has quite recently discharged another chip set and reference plan which empowers littler PDAs Processors for portable figuring keep on becoming speedier and have lower power utilization

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Near-term Developments (<1 year to market) Trends in Cell Phone Processor Performance Intel just presented a MEMS chip that coordinates detached parts onto a solitary chip, sparing 66% in size Hermon, Intel\'s cutting edge incorporated cell processor will coordinate the Bulverde application processor formally propelled a week ago and also a baseband processor and blaze. The Hermon chip will convey Pentium-class execution to mobile phones and could decrease segment check which today floats at around 200 sections in telephones with 286-class execution Cell telephones can now read RFID labels. Nokia as of late presented a Mobile RFID unit for its 5140 GSM telephones. (Look at www.nwfusion.com, DocFinder: 1729, for subtle elements). Mobile phones are including the preparing force and abilities and right now have web access. They as of now have an immense client base and are delivered in the millions.

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Near-term Developments (<1 year to market) Trends in PCs Developments in PCs AMD\'s HyperTransport permits a PC\'s key segments to speak with each other at velocities of up to 50 times speedier than the PCI transport at present utilized as a part of most PCs PCI Express - quicker and more straightforward form of the PCI transport that guarantees to lessen the size and cost of both module cards and motherboards Serial ATA - rapid stockpiling interface that eliminates the cabling inside PCs Serial-Attached SCSI - speed-adaptable and less eager for power rendition of the recognizable SCSI stockpiling gadget interface that likewise takes into consideration physically littler drives Express-Card - new PC extension card standard, in view of PCI Express, replaces more seasoned PCMCIA cards with littler, speedier and less expensive module modules Transition from 32-bit to 64-bit innovation

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Engineering The Product Challenge: Transparent Use This is one of our enormous difficulties Involves Ease of utilization Intuitiveness Enhance detects we utilize Many low vision patients are elderly. Numerous in the present era of elderly individuals experience the ill effects of Technophobia Clinical trials and certifiable criticism are pivotal .:tsl

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