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Mackeben, M., & Fletcher, D. C.. (2011). Target search and identification performance in low vision patients. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 52, 7603–7609.
Brabyn, J. (1997). Technology as a Support System for Orientation and Mobility. American Rehabilitation, 23(3), 26-30.
Lowe, M., Teng, S., Mohsenzadeh, Y., Charest, I., Pantazis, D., & Oliva, A.. (2018). Temporal dynamics underlying sound discrimination in the human brain. In Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience. http://doi.org/10.32470/CCN.2018.1090-0
Thorson, J. C., Jampolsky, A., & Scott, A. B.. (1966). Topical anesthesia for strabismus surgery. Transactions-American Academy Of Ophthalmology And Otolaryngology. American Academy Of Ophthalmology And Otolaryngology, 70, 968–972.
Mackeben, M. (2008). Topographic mapping of residual vision by computer. J Vis Impair Blind, 102, 649–655.
Peterson, M. A., & Cacciamani, L.. (2013). Toward a dynamical view of object perception. In Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision (pp. 443–457). Springer London.
Hamer, R. D., Nicholas, S. C., Tranchina, D., Lamb, T. D., & Jarvinen, J. L. P.. (7AD). Toward a unified model of vertebrate rod phototransduction. Visual Neuroscience, 22, 417-436. http://doi.org/10.1017/S0952523805224045
Shen, H., & Coughlan, J.. (2012). Towards a real-time system for finding and reading signs for visually impaired users. In Computers Helping People with Special Needs (pp. 41–47). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Rituerto, A., Fusco, G., & Coughlan, J.. (2016). Towards a Sign-Based Indoor Navigation System for People with Visual Impairments. In 18th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility. ACM: Reno, NV.
Coughlan, J., Shen, H., & Biggs, B.. (2020). Towards Accessible Audio Labeling of 3D Objects. Journal On Technology And Persons With Disabilities, 8.
Miele, J., & Hafter, E. R.. (2002). Trajectory perception in the free field. . The Journal Of The Acoustical Society Of America, 111, 2356–2356.

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