User Requirements for Technologies for Personal Communication and Information Use for Deafblind People

@inproceedings{Fisher2002UserRF,
  title={User Requirements for Technologies for Personal Communication and Information Use for Deafblind People},
  author={W. Fisher and H. Petrie},
  booktitle={ICCHP},
  year={2002}
}
  • W. Fisher, H. Petrie
  • Published in ICCHP 2002
  • Computer Science
  • There are an estimated 130,000 deafblind people in the European Union. Although a range of specialist technologies for personal communication and information use have been developed for this user group, but these do not meet the range of users needs. To better understand the needs of this user group, interviews were conducted with thirteen deafblind people. These interviews revealed the urgent need for innovative technologies to enable deafblind people to communicate more independently with… CONTINUE READING

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