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MTA
2008
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8 years 10 months ago
Tactile web browsing for blind people
Information on the World Wide Web becomes more and more important for our society. For blind people this is a chance to access more information for their everyday life. In this pap...
Martin Rotard, Christiane Taras, Thomas Ertl
HT
2005
ACM
9 years 3 months ago
A tactile web browser for the visually disabled
The dissemination of information available through the World Wide Web makes universal access more and more important and supports visually disabled people in their everyday life. ...
Martin Rotard, Sven Knödler, Thomas Ertl
ICWS
2009
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
Enabling Scaleable, Efficient, Non-visual Web Browsing Services
Over the last few decades, the discipline of Web Accessibility has been focused on building more efficient and more effective speech generators for Web Browsers. The visual browse...
Ashish Verma, Tyrone Grandison, Himanshu Chauhan
ASSETS
2007
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
WebAnywhere: a screen reader on-the-go
People often use computers other than their own to browse the web, but blind web users are limited in where they access the web because they require specialized, expensive program...
Jeffrey P. Bigham, Craig Prince
ASSETS
2006
ACM
9 years 4 months ago
A flexible VXML interpreter for non-visual web access
VoiceXML (VXML) is a W3C’s standard for specifying interactive dialogs. It finds multiple uses in various Web applications. VXML can also be used in non-visual Web browsing. Th...
Yevgen Borodin
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