12. ASSETS 2010:
Orlando, FL, USA Armando Barreto, Vicki L. Hanson (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 12th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility, ASSETS 2010, Orlando, FL, USA, October 25 - 27, 2010.
ACM 2010, ISBN 978-1-60558-881-0
- Albert Cook:
The future of assistive technologies: a time of promise and apprehension.
- Shari Trewin, Bonnie E. John, John T. Richards, Calvin Swart, Jonathan P. Brezin, Rachel K. E. Bellamy, John C. Thomas:
Towards a tool for keystroke level modeling of skilled screen reading.
- Jeffrey P. Bigham, Jeremy T. Brudvik, Bernie Zhang:
Accessibility by demonstration: enabling end users to guide developers to web accessibility solutions.
- Giorgio Brajnik, Yeliz Yesilada, Simon Harper:
Testability and validity of WCAG 2.0: the expertise effect.
Accessibility research in the wild
- Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu:
Modeling and synthesizing spatially inflected verbs for American sign language animations.
- Kimberly Weaver, Thad Starner, Harley Hamilton:
An evaluation of video intelligibility for novice american sign language learners on a mobile device.
- Jessica J. Tran, Tressa W. Johnson, Joy Kim, Rafael Rodriguez, Sheri Yin, Eve A. Riskin, Richard E. Ladner, Jacob O. Wobbrock:
A web-based user survey for evaluating power saving strategies for deaf users of mobileASL.
Approaches to therapy
Posters and Demonstrations
- Patrick C. Headley, Dianne T. V. Pawluk:
A low-cost, variable-amplitude haptic distributed display for persons who are blind and visually impaired.
- Patrick C. Headley, Dianne T. V. Pawluk:
A multimodal, computer-based drawing system for persons who are blind and visually impaired.
- John J. Magee, Samuel Epstein, Eric S. Missimer, Margrit Betke:
Adaptive mappings for mouse-replacement interfaces.
- Pannag R. Sanketi, James M. Coughlan:
Anti-blur feedback for visually impaired users of smartphone cameras.
- Faisal Ahmed, Muhammad Asiful Islam, Yevgen Borodin, I. V. Ramakrishnan:
Assistive web browsing with touch interfaces.
- Jaime Sánchez, Angelo Tadres:
Audio and haptic based virtual environments for orientation and mobility in people who are blind.
- Ravi Rastogi, Dianne T. V. Pawluk:
Automatic, intuitive zooming for people who are blind or visually impaired.
- Roberto Manduchi, Sri Kurniawan, Homayoun Bagherinia:
Blind guidance using mobile computer vision: a usability study.
- Makayla Lewis:
Cerebral palsy and online social networks.
- Juan Diego Gomez, Guido Bologna, Thierry Pun:
Color-audio encoding interface for visual substitution: see color matlab-based demo.
- Steve M. D'Souza, Dianne T. V. Pawluk:
Comparison of methods presenting contour information to individuals who are blind or visually impaired.
- Eric S. Missimer, Samuel Epstein, John J. Magee, Margrit Betke:
- Carrie M. Bruce, Bruce N. Walker:
Designing effective sound-based aquarium exhibit interpretation for visitors with vision impairments.
- Benoît Deville, Guido Bologna, Thierry Pun:
Detecting objects and obstacles for visually impaired individuals using visual saliency.
- Kouki Doi, Wataru Toyoda, Hiroshi Fujimoto:
Development of tactile map production device and tactile map with multilingual vocal guidance function.
- Michael Johnston, Amanda Stent:
EPG: speech access to program guides for people with disabilities.
- Yarden Moskovitch, Bruce N. Walker:
Evaluating text descriptions of mathematical graphs.
- Renata C. B. Madeo, Sarajane Marques Peres, Daniel B. Dias, Clodis Boscarioli:
Gesture recognition for fingerspelling applications: an approach based on sign language cheremes.
- Niamh Caprani, Cathal Gurrin, Noel E. O'Connor:
I like to log: a questionnaire study towards accessible lifelogging for older users.
- Jinglun Gao, Rafael E. Carrillo, Kenneth E. Barner:
Image categorization for improving accessibility to information graphics.
- Seniz Demir, David Oliver, Edward Schwartz, Stephanie Elzer, Sandra Carberry, Kathleen F. McCoy:
Interactive SIGHT demo: textual summaries of simple bar charts.
- Amanda J. Stent, Shiri Azenkot, Ben Stern:
Iwalk: a lightweight navigation system for low-vision users.
- Stephanie Ludi, Mohammed Abadi, Yuji Fujiki, Priya Sankaran, Spencer Herzberg:
JBrick: accessible lego mindstorm programming tool for users who are visually impaired.
- Khalyle Hagood, Terrance Moore, Tiffany Pierre, Paula Messamer, Gail Ramsberger, Clayton Lewis:
Naming practice for people with aphasia in a mobile web application: early user experience.
- Kathleen J. Price, Andrew Sears:
Performance-based functional assessment: integrating multiple perspectives.
- Martin Jansche, Lijun Feng, Matt Huenerfauth:
Reading difficulty in adults with intellectual disabilities: analysis with a hierarchical latent trait model.
- Shaojian Zhu, Daisuke Sato, Hironobu Takagi, Chieko Asakawa:
Sasayaki: an augmented voice-based web browsing experience.
- Minsun Jang, Jiho Choi, Seongil Lee:
A customized mouse for people with physical disabilities.
- Alain P. C. I. Hong, Sjoerd van Heugten, Tom Kooken, Nikkie Vinke, Myrtille Vromans, Suleman Shahid:
The augenda: structuring the lives of autistic teenagers.
- Najwa Musfer Al-Ghamdi, Yousef Al-Ohali:
The design and development of an interactive aural rehabilitation therapy program.
- Keijiro Usui, Masamitsu Takano, Yusuke Fukushima, Ikuko Eguchi Yairi:
The evaluation of visually impaired people's ability of defining the object location on touch-screen.
- Ravi Kuber, Shiva Sharma:
Toward tactile authentication for blind users.
- Deborah I. Fels, Martin Gerdzhev, Janice Ho, Ellen S. Hibbard:
Usability and use of SLS: caption.
- Torsten Felzer, Stephan Rinderknecht, Tsvetoslava Vateva:
Using the phone with a single input signal only: evaluation of 3dscan's telephone module.
- Chandrika Jayant, Christine Acuario, William Johnson, Janet Hollier, Richard E. Ladner:
V-braille: haptic braille perception using a touch-screen and vibration on mobile phones.
- Joshua M. Hailpern, Karrie Karahalios, Laura DeThorne, James Halle:
Vocsyl: visualizing syllable production for children with ASD and speech delays.
- Joshua M. Hailpern, Marina Danilevsky, Karrie Karahalios:
Walking in another's shoes: aphasia emulation software.
- Lorna Gibson, Paula Forbes, Vicki L. Hanson:
What can the 'ash cloud' tell us about older adults' technology adoption.
ACM student research competition
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- Shuai Yuan:
A system of clothes matching for visually impaired persons.
- Kyle Montague:
Accessible indoor navigation.
- Samuel White:
Audiowiz: nearly real-time audio transcriptions.
- Matt Wilkerson, Amanda Koenig, James Daniel:
Does a sonar system make a blind maze navigation computer game more "fun"?
- Kyle I. Murray:
FlashDOM: interacting with flash content from the document object model.
- John B. Hinkel III:
Head-guided wheelchair control system.
- Nic Hollinworth:
Helping older adults locate 'lost' cursors using FieldMouse.
- Shiri Azenkot, Emily Fortuna:
Improving public transit usability for blind and deaf-blind people by connecting a braille display to a smartphone.
- Kristen Shinohara:
Investigating meaning in uses of assistive devices: implications of social and professional contexts.
- Young Chol Song:
Joystick text entry with word prediction for people with motor impairments.
- Jason Behmer, Stillman Knox:
LocalEyes: accessible GPS and points of interest.
- Chucai Yi:
Text locating in scene images for reading and navigation aids for visually impaired persons.
- Timothy J. Walsh:
Utterance-based systems: organization and design of AAC interfaces.
- Yi-Chien Chen:
ZigAlert: a zigbee alert for toileting training children with developmental delay in a public school setting.