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Nicholas A. Giudice
Nicholas A. Giudice
Professor of Spatial Informatics:School of Computing and Information Science
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Blind navigation and the role of technology
NA Giudice, GE Legge
The engineering handbook of smart technology for aging, disability, and …, 2008
3162008
Cognitive load of navigating without vision when guided by virtual sound versus spatial language.
RL Klatzky, JR Marston, NA Giudice, RG Golledge, JM Loomis
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 12 (4), 223, 2006
1742006
Modality-independent coding of spatial layout in the human brain
T Wolbers, RL Klatzky, JM Loomis, MG Wutte, NA Giudice
Current Biology 21 (11), 984-989, 2011
1562011
Establishing and Maintaining Orientation for Orientation and Mobility
RC Long, NA Giudice
Foundations of Orientation and Mobility 1, 45-62, 2010
153*2010
Representing 3D space in working memory: Spatial images from vision, hearing, touch, and language
JM Loomis, RL Klatzky, NA Giudice
Multisensory imagery, 131-155, 2013
1522013
Learning non-visual graphical information using a touch-based vibro-audio interface
NA Giudice, HP Palani, E Brenner, KM Kramer
Proceedings of the 14th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers …, 2012
1472012
-Sensory Substitution of Vision: Importance of Perceptual and Cognitive Processing
JM Loomis, RL Klatzky, NA Giudice
Assistive technology for blindness and low vision, 179-210, 2012
130*2012
Navigating without vision: Principles of blind spatial cognition
NA Giudice
Handbook of behavioral and cognitive geography, 260-288, 2018
1242018
Digital sign system for indoor wayfinding for the visually impaired
BS Tjan, PJ Beckmann, R Roy, N Giudice, GE Legge
2005 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern …, 2005
1182005
Functional equivalence of spatial images from touch and vision: evidence from spatial updating in blind and sighted individuals.
NA Giudice, MR Betty, JM Loomis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (3), 621, 2011
1152011
Designing media for visually-impaired users of refreshable touch displays: Possibilities and pitfalls
S O’Modhrain, NA Giudice, JA Gardner, GE Legge
IEEE transactions on haptics 8 (3), 248-257, 2015
1102015
Wayfinding with words: spatial learning and navigation using dynamically updated verbal descriptions
NA Giudice, JZ Bakdash, GE Legge
Psychological research 71, 347-358, 2007
972007
The informatics of indoor and outdoor space: a research agenda
NA Giudice, LA Walton, M Worboys
Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Indoor …, 2010
952010
Decoding the direction of auditory motion in blind humans
T Wolbers, P Zahorik, NA Giudice
neuroimage 56 (2), 681-687, 2011
912011
An indoor navigation system to support the visually impaired
TH Riehle, P Lichter, NA Giudice
2008 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2008
882008
Touch-screen technology for the dynamic display of 2D spatial information without vision: Promise and progress
RL Klatzky, NA Giudice, CR Bennett, JM Loomis
Multisensory research 27 (5-6), 359-378, 2014
852014
Indoor magnetic navigation for the blind
TH Riehle, SM Anderson, PA Lichter, NA Giudice, SI Sheikh, RJ Knuesel, ...
2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2012
762012
Indoor inertial waypoint navigation for the blind
TH Riehle, SM Anderson, PA Lichter, WE Whalen, NA Giudice
2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2013
542013
Cognitive mapping without vision: Comparing wayfinding performance after learning from digital touchscreen-based multimodal maps vs. embossed tactile overlays
NA Giudice, BA Guenther, NA Jensen, KN Haase
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14, 87, 2020
432020
Evidence for amodal representations after bimodal learning: Integration of haptic-visual layouts into a common spatial image
NA Giudice, RL Klatzky, JM Loomis
Spatial Cognition & Computation 9 (4), 287-304, 2009
432009
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