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Title: HearMe: Assisting the visually impaired to record vibrant moments of everyday life
Authors: Tsai, Yi Hsuan;Lin, Y.-T.;Cho, S.-Y.;Cheng, C.-M.;Yu, Neng-Hao;Tang, H.-H.
蔡宜璇;余能豪
Contributors: 數位內容碩士學位學程;資科系
Keywords: Digital devices;Human rehabilitation equipment;Sound recording;accessibility;Design considerations;Digital voice recorders;gestures;Recording devices;Visual impairment;Visually impaired people;Visually-impaired users;Touch screens
Date: 2014-05
Issue Date: 2015-06-16 15:30:11 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The auditory sense is the primary channel for the visually impaired to experience the world around them. Typically they use various recording devices, such as tape recorders and digital voice recorders, to record what they'd like to keep. In recent years, touch-screen technology with dynamic interface and portability has become an alternative for visually impaired users. However, very few recording applications are tailored for their use. In this study, we interviewed twelve visually impaired people to investigate their behaviors and needs. Based upon the data gained therefrom, we have concluded design considerations and present HearMe, a touch-based application to assist the visually impaired for recording sounds during everyday life. © 2014 ACM.
Relation: ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 2014, Pages 66-69, 2nd International Symposium of Chinese CHI, Chinese CHI 2014; Toronto, ON; Canada; 26 April 2014 到 27 April 2014; 代碼 105956
Data Type: conference
DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2592235.2592245
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