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CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 7 months ago
Feeling what you hear: tactile feedback for navigation of audio graphs
Access to digitally stored numerical data is currently very limited for sight impaired people. Graphs and visualizations are often used to analyze relationships between numerical ...
Steven A. Wall, Stephen A. Brewster
HCI
2009
11 years 4 months ago
A Modality Replacement Framework for the Communication between Blind and Hearing Impaired People
This paper presents a multimodal framework for the communication between blind and hearing impaired people. The algorithms that are developed are based on the concept of modality r...
Konstantinos Moustakas, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Laila ...
TOH
2010
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11 years 5 months ago
Review of Designs for Haptic Data Visualization
—There are many different uses for haptics, such as training medical practitioners, teleoperation or navigation of virtual environments. This review focuses on haptic methods tha...
Sabrina A. Panëels, Jonathan C. Roberts
HAPTICS
2011
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Toward haptic/aural touchscreen display of graphical mathematics for the education of blind students
We propose the use of a haptic touchscreen to convey graphical and mathematical concepts through aural and/or vibratory tactile feedback. We hypothesize that an important applicat...
Jenna L. Toennies, Jessica Burgner, Thomas J. With...
ASSETS
2006
ACM
12 years 17 days ago
PLUMB: : an interface for users who are blind to display, create, and modify graphs
We demonstrate the most recent version of our system to communicate graphs and relational information to blind users. We have developed a system called exPLoring graphs at UMB (PL...
Matt Calder, Robert F. Cohen, Jessica A. Lanzoni, ...
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