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Project Spotlight: Experiencing the World via Touch
February is Low Vision Awareness Month. For many individuals who are blind, living with low vision, or who are Deaf/blind, touch is an important sense for experiencing the world around them. Technology that is tactile or haptic can help people … Continue reading
Posted in Project, Publications, Research Study, Uncategorized Tagged ABLEDATA, accessibility, assistive technology, Audio-Tactile Web Accessibility with Haptic Gloves, blind, books, deaf-blind, displays, exhibits, Field Initiated Projects, haptic, low vision, Low Vision Awareness Month, museums, NIDILRR Projects, NIDILRR-funded research, REHABDATA search, SBIR, tactile systems, touch, Touch-Responsive Models for Universal Access to Smithsonian Museums Exhibits, visual disabilities 1 Comment