Naotsune Hosono

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In case of emergency, hearing impaired persons require assistances of communication because they are hard use aural speech usually used as the main communication method of between a rescue staff and injured persons. SOS card originally developed by the Architectural Association of Japanese Deaf is a communication aid by finger pointing pictures and texts on(More)
This paper introduces a mobile application that allows deaf, language dysfunctioned, or non-native language users to report emergencies. An earlier version (booklet) was designed for hearing impaired person to be able to communicate with others without speaking. The current smart phone application allows calls to be made from a remote location. The screen(More)
This paper discusses co-creation learning procedures of second language lessons for deaf students, and sign language lessons by a deaf lecturer. The analyses focus on the learning procedure and resulting assessment, considering the disability. Through questionnaires ICT-based co-creative learning technologies are effective and efficient and promote(More)
In this paper we will examine how spatialized audioconferencing can be adapted for use by teleworkers with physical disabilities. We describe a field trial with a Japanese company using the Vocal Village (www.vocalvillage.net) spatialized audioconferencing system, where the voices of individual participants appear as if they are coming from different(More)