USE OF REMOTE INFRARED SIGNAGE IN A COMPLEX TRANSIT STATION BY PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS OR DYSLEXIA

For individuals who are print disabled, remote infrared signage provides information that is typically communicated by print signs. Crandall et al. (1995) demonstrated that persons who are visually impaired can use remote infrared signage successfully to travel routes of varying levels of complexity. With this in mind, this research note reports on a pilot investigation of the usefulness of the remote infrared signage system, Talking Signs, to persons with developmental delays or dyslexia.

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    American Foundation for the Blind

    11 Penn Plaza, Suite 300
    New York, NY  United States  10001
  • Authors:
    • Bentzen, B L
    • Crandall, W F
  • Publication Date: 1997-7

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  • English

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  • Accession Number: 00963138
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Sep 2 2003 12:00AM