Designing haptic computer interfaces for blind people

@inproceedings{Sjstrm2001DesigningHC,
  title={Designing haptic computer interfaces for blind people},
  author={Calle Sj{\"o}str{\"o}m},
  booktitle={ISSPA},
  year={2001}
}
Certec has been working on touch interfaces – haptic interfaces – since 1995, exploring the possibilities they can offer people with different kinds of disabilities. With a haptic computer interface a blind person can learn mathematics by tracing touchable mathematical curves, playing haptic computer games, and gaining better access to graphical user interfaces like Windows. This paper presents a brief overview of a set of tests that have been made and some of the results from these tests. This… CONTINUE READING
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