Peter J. McAlindon

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This paper discloses preliminary findings and provides a discussion of a newly designed alphanumeric input device called the Keybowl. The Keybowl was designed and developed primarily as an alternative input device to allow users of various upper extremity disabilities to effectively type, interact with, and navigate current computer interface designs. In(More)
1 Introduction The de-facto standard QWERTY keyboard was developed over a hundred years ago and is one of the few visual display terminal (VDT) workstation components that has not made the same technological strides as the rest of the workstation components. It is this lack of advancement that has caused the QWERTY keyboard to become suspect in causing(More)
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