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Testing usability of multimodal applications with visually impaired children

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Testing multimodal applications with visually impaired children requires specific testing methods and procedures. In this article, we used a SensAble Phantom device to produce haptic feedback together with stereo sound and visual feedback. We also experimented with low-cost haptic devices, such as force-feedback game controllers and tactile-feedback devices. Here we discuss how to conduct usability testing for multimodal applications with visually impaired children

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MultiMedia, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 3 )

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July-Sept. 2006

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