People with Disabilities: Entertainment Software Accessibility

@inproceedings{Archambault2006PeopleWD,
  title={People with Disabilities: Entertainment Software Accessibility},
  author={Dominique Archambault},
  booktitle={ICCHP},
  year={2006}
}
The commercial market for computer games and other multimedia products is extremely large and young people have a considerable experience of such games. Disabled users have very limited access to this important part of the youth culture. Indeed there are few entertaining computer games which are accessible for them. Research and development in the field of IT and the disabled has focused on education rather than leisure. During the last five years a few projects have been exploring various ways… CONTINUE READING

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