HeadsUp: Keeping Pedestrian Phone Addicts from Dangers Using Mobile Phone Sensors

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Zhou, Zhengjuan;
(2015)

Walking while staring at the mobile phone is dangerous, and the danger mainly arises from distraction. While watching the mobile phone, one could fall into a deep well without noticing the manhole cover was missing, one could be hit by a rushing car without observing th... View more
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