The HandSight project was recently featured in PC Magazine. The article described our work in using a finger-mounted camera to read printed text.
A group of scientists at the University of Maryland have come up with a novel solution to the problem of allowing the visually impaired to read.
The team, led by assistant professor of computer science Jon Froehlich, developed a device that allows blind people to read text without the aid of braille, which isn't always available.
Read more at pcmag.com:
PC Magazine: Fingertip Camera Reads to the Blind