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Multisense Blind Shooter: Auditory mobile application to assist blind and visually impaired people in target shooting

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The Multisense project aims at making sport, and in particular modern pentathlon, include blind and visually impaired individuals (BVI) in ordinary club. With that perspective in mind, a first prototype of a mobile application, called Multisense Blind Shooter, was developed to make laser-run, especially target shooting, accessible to BVI. The smartphone has to be attached on an ordinary gun thanks to a 3D printed fixation. The application is based on auditory feedbacks to inform the shooters about the gesture correction they have to apply to hit the target. Four designs of auditory feedback paradigm are proposed.
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hal-04429146 , version 1 (31-01-2024)

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Florian Apavou, Tifanie Bouchara Bouchara, Jacques Shoetter. Multisense Blind Shooter: Auditory mobile application to assist blind and visually impaired people in target shooting. Disab2022, Workshop "Engineering Interactive Computing Systems for People with Disabilities”. 14th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS2022)., Jun 2022, Nice, France. ⟨hal-04429146⟩
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