Four-Key Text Entry for Physically Challenged People

  title={Four-Key Text Entry for Physically Challenged People},
  author={Tatiana Evreinova and Grigori E. Evreinov and Roope Raisamo},
For physically challenged people, learning of typing skills is essential, especially for those who are undertaking courses of study. Current user interfaces are well designed to assist an ordinary user in producing fast output and allowing customization, but can be complicated for an impaired user. The challenge is to find an efficient textual input technique making use of a small number of fingers, keys and minimal resources of the residual visual acuity. Researchers have experimented with… CONTINUE READING
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