Br J Vis Impair 2017 Sep 23;35(3):217-231. Epub 2017 Aug 23.
Western Michigan University, USA.
A repeated-measures design with block randomization was used for the study, in which 15 adults with visual impairments attempted to detect the drop-offs and obstacles with the canes of different lengths, swinging the cane in different widths (narrow vs wide). Participants detected the drop-offs significantly more reliably with the standard-length cane (79.5% ± 6. Read More