Web-Based Touch Display for Accessible Science Education

@inproceedings{Wies2000WebBasedTD,
  title={Web-Based Touch Display for Accessible Science Education},
  author={Evan F. Wies and J. A. Gardner and M. S. O'Modhrain and C. Hasser and V. Bulatov},
  booktitle={Haptic Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={2000}
}
  • Evan F. Wies, J. A. Gardner, +2 authors V. Bulatov
  • Published in
    Haptic Human-Computer…
    2000
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • Inaccessibility of instructional materials, media, and technologies used in science, engineering, and mathematics education severely restricts the ability of students with little or no sight to excel in these disciplines. Curricular barriers deny the world access to this pool of potential talent, and limit individuals' freedom to pursue technical careers. Immersion has developed a low-cost force-feedback computer mouse. This haptic display technology promises fundamental improvements in… CONTINUE READING

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