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Blind or visually impaired (BVI) individuals are capable of identifying an object in their hands by combining the available visual cues (if available) with manipulation. It is harder for them to associate the object with a specific brand, a model, or a type. Starting from this observation, we...
In this work, we show how our open source accessibility software, the FaceSwitch, can help motor-impaired subjects to efficiently interact with a computer hands-free. The FaceSwitch enhances gaze interaction with video-based face gestures interaction. The emerging multimodal system allows for...
Audio-only interfaces, facilitated through text-to-speech screen reading software, have been the primary mode of computer interaction for blind and low-vision computer users for more than four decades. During this time, the advances that have made visual interfaces faster and easier to use, from...
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