Elicited sequential presentation for low vision reading

@article{Arditi1999ElicitedSP,
  title={Elicited sequential presentation for low vision reading},
  author={Aries Arditi},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={39},
  pages={4412-4418}
}
This paper reports on a variant of the rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) technique for low vision reading called elicited sequential presentation (ESP). In both techniques, words are presented sequentially at a constant screen location, but with ESP, the reader elicits presentation of each new word by means of a button press, rather than (as with RSVP) being presented with it automatically at fixed intervals. An experiment comparing reading speeds using, ESP, RSVP and a conventional… CONTINUE READING

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