Tactile Accessibility: Does Anyone Need a Haptic Glove?

Abstract

Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) are widely used on smartphones, tablets, and laptops. While GUIs are convenient for sighted users, their accessibility for blind people, who use screen readers to interact with GUIs, remains to be problematic. Even the most screen-reader accessible GUIs are far less usable for blind people compared to sighted people, because… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2982142.2982175

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@inproceedings{Sovyak2016TactileAD, title={Tactile Accessibility: Does Anyone Need a Haptic Glove?}, author={Andrii Sovyak and Anatoliy Borodin and Vikas Ashok and Yevgen Borodin and Yury Puzis and I. V. Ramakrishnan}, booktitle={ASSETS}, year={2016} }