The following video clips show a Miniguide in use.
I would like to thank "Guide Dogs NSW/ACT" for allowing me to use the following pieces of video. The association has been very supportive of the Miniguide and has done a lot of work trialling and testing the aid. Thanks also to the lady filmed in the video. She is totally blind and was using the previous soft case model Miniguide. She wishes to remain anonymous.
These clips are all less than ten seconds in viewing length and are fairly compressed (the size of each file is around one megabyte). The video format is MPEG 1.
A brief description and a picture of a few frames from each video is provided to help people decide which clip they want to download.
This video clip shows the lady using the Miniguide to help find a corner.
This video clip shows the lady finding where to queue in a bank. Banks often use thin ribbons to mark where people should queue. The Miniguide helps her to avoid getting entangled in these ribbons.
This video clip shows the lady on a pedestrian crossing and using the Miniguide to help find the gap in the median strip.