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CHI
2007
ACM
12 years 8 months ago
An initial investigation into non-visual computer supported collaboration
In this paper we present an initial study of computer supported collaboration between visually impaired users based around the interactive browsing and manipulation of simple grap...
David K. McGookin, Stephen A. Brewster
HAPTICS
2005
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Event-Based Haptics and Acceleration Matching: Portraying and Assessing the Realism of Contact
Contact in a typical haptic environment resembles the experience of tapping on soft foam, rather than on a hard object. Event-based, high-frequency transient forces must be superi...
Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, Jonathan Fiene, Gü...
IV
2007
IEEE
157views Visualization» more  IV 2007»
12 years 2 months ago
Haptic Gaze-Tracking Based Perception of Graphical User Interfaces
This paper presents a novel human-computer interface that enables the computer display to be perceived without any use of the eyes. Our system works by tracking the user’s head ...
Simon Meers, Koren Ward
DIMEA
2008
223views Multimedia» more  DIMEA 2008»
11 years 10 months ago
Toward accessible 3D virtual environments for the blind and visually impaired
3D virtual environments are increasingly used for education, business and recreation but are often inaccessible to users who are visually impaired, effectively creating a digital ...
Gareth R. White, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Graham McA...
CHI
2005
ACM
12 years 8 months ago
Improving web accessibility using content-aware plug-ins
This paper describes a novel approach to improve blind and visually impaired people's access to the Web by using a content-aware Web browser plug-in coupled with audio and ha...
Wai Yu, Graham McAllister, Philip Strain, Ravi Kub...
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