Internet and Accessible Entertainment

@inproceedings{Tollefsen2006InternetAA,
  title={Internet and Accessible Entertainment},
  author={Morten Tollefsen and Are Flyen},
  booktitle={ICCHP},
  year={2006}
}
Young people with disabilities should be entitled to use technology for entertainment, but research and development in IT and the disabled has not typically focused on pleasurable activities. It is therefore important to set up guidelines that facilitate accessibility, develop good examples of accessible computer games, and not least, utilize the great potential of technology to include persons with different requirements. 

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