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Title: V-VIS: New Methods of Passive Information Grouping in a Classroom Tool for Low Vision Students
Authors: Berque, Dave - Faculty Sponsor at DePauw University (dberque@depauw.edu)
Betz, Ben
Keywords: Software sub_subject: General,Computer Applications sub_subject: General Computer Applications sub_subject: Life and Medical Sciences,low-vision, vision impairments, AutoScroll, v-VIS, DEBBIE, Windows CE, handheld, mobile, assistive technology, magnification
Issue Date: 22-Mar-2002
Abstract: Mobile computing devices now make it possible to develop low-cost, portable assistive technology. The current lack of satisfactory technology to aid visually impaired students drives our development of a handheld-based viewer for Visually Impaired Students (v-VIS) designed to assist in note taking. v-VIS is a real-time viewer and recording system for professor's notes written on an electronic blackboard. The interface integrates magnification and high-contrast color schemes, enabling students to view the transcribed information in real-time. However, the large e-blackboard transmitting visual information to a small-screened handheld creates a screen-mapping problem for which two solutions have been designed and compared objectively.
URI: http://www.citidel.org/handle/10117/155
Other Identifiers: 249
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