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Navigation AT: context-aware computing

Bradley, N.A. and Dunlop, M.D. (2006) Navigation AT: context-aware computing. In: Assistive Technology for Vision-Impaired and Blind People. Springer. ISBN 978-1-84628-866-1

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Assistive Technology for the Vision-impaired and Blind is an an effective means of maintaining the currency of knowledge for engineers and health workers working to provide devices and/or services for people with sight loss and an excellent source of reference for students working in assistive technology and rehabilitation.