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HHCI
2000
11 years 8 months ago
Haptic Graphs for Blind Computer Users
In this paper we discuss the design of computer-based haptic graphs for blind and visually impaired people with the support of our preliminary experimental results. Since visual i...
Wai Yu, Rameshsharma Ramloll, Stephen A. Brewster
HAPTICS
2005
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
Haptic Glyphs (Hlyphs) -- Structured Haptic Objects for Haptic Visualization
Haptic devices can be used to visualize information. As well as representing tangible surfaces and forces to enhance virtual training simulators for instance, haptic devices have ...
Jonathan C. Roberts, Keith M. Franklin
CHI
2007
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
Towards developing assistive haptic feedback for visually impaired internet users
Haptic technologies are thought to have the potential to help blind individuals overcome the challenges experienced when accessing the Web. This paper proposes a structured partic...
Ravi Kuber, Wai Yu, Graham McAllister
CVHI
2007
11 years 6 months ago
Haptic and Aural Graphs Exploration for Visually Impaired Users
: Several web sites and e-learning platforms require the access to graphs that carry significant meanings. Understanding and perceiving the graph of a mathematical function is impo...
Thimoty Barbieri, Lorenzo Mosca, Licia Sbattella
CHI
2010
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
Clutching at straws: using tangible interaction to provide non-visual access to graphs
We present a tangible user interface (TUI) called Tangible Graph Builder, that has been designed to allow visually impaired users to access graph and chart-based data. We describe...
David K. McGookin, Euan Robertson, Stephen A. Brew...
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