Visibility Vol 15 Issue 4, 2021


Estimates of Direction and Distance by People with Vision and Hearing impairment


Accurate judgments of direction and distance are important for safe mobility. For people with vision or hearing impairment, it is important to optimally utilize their residual vision and hearing in such activities. Here we asked how people with various combinations of vision and hearing impairment integrate their residual vision and hearing in judging direction and distance.

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