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Fifteenth Annual ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Assistive Technologies

Fullname:Proceedings of the 15th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility
Location:Bellevue, Washington
Dates:2013-Oct-21 to 2013-Oct-23
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-2405-2; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: ASSETS13
Papers:79
Links:Conference Website
  1. Papers
  2. Experience reports
  3. Posters and demos
  4. Student competition posters

Papers

A haptic ATM interface to assist visually impaired users BIBAFull-Text 1
  Brendan Cassidy; Gilbert Cockton; Lynne Coventry
A web-based intelligibility evaluation of sign language video transmitted at low frame rates and bitrates BIBAFull-Text 2
  Jessica J. Tran; Rafael Rodriguez; Eve A. Riskin; Jacob O. Wobbrock
An empirical study of issues and barriers to mainstream video game accessibility BIBAFull-Text 3
  John R. Porter; Julie A. Kientz
AphasiaWeb: a social network for individuals with aphasia BIBAFull-Text 4
  Hannah Miller; Heather Buhr; Chris Johnson; Jerry Hoepner
Architecture of an automated therapy tool for childhood apraxia of speech BIBAFull-Text 5
  Avinash Parnandi; Virendra Karappa; Youngpyo Son; Mostafa Shahin; Jacqueline McKechnie; Kirrie Ballard; Beena Ahmed; Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna
Audio-visual speech understanding in simulated telephony applications by individuals with hearing loss BIBAFull-Text 6
  Linda Kozma-Spytek; Paula Tucker; Christian Vogler
Bypassing lists: accelerating screen-reader fact-finding with guided tours BIBAFull-Text 7
  Tao Yang; Prathik Gadde; Robert Morse; Davide Bolchini
Communication and coordination for institutional dementia caregiving in China BIBAFull-Text 8
  Claire Barco; Koji Yatani; Yuanye Ma; Joyojeet Pal
Comparing native signers' perception of American Sign Language animations and videos via eye tracking BIBAFull-Text 9
  Hernisa Kacorri; Allen Harper; Matt Huenerfauth
Do you see what I see?: designing a sensory substitution device to access non-verbal modes of communication BIBAFull-Text 10
  M. Iftekhar Tanveer; A. S. M. Iftekhar Anam; Mohammed Yeasin; Majid Khan
Exploring the use of speech input by blind people on mobile devices BIBAFull-Text 11
  Shiri Azenkot; Nicole B. Lee
Eyes-free yoga: an exergame using depth cameras for blind & low vision exercise BIBAFull-Text 12
  Kyle Rector; Cynthia L. Bennett; Julie A. Kientz
Follow that sound: using sonification and corrective verbal feedback to teach touchscreen gestures BIBAFull-Text 13
  Uran Oh; Shaun K. Kane; Leah Findlater
Good fonts for dyslexia BIBAFull-Text 14
  Luz Rello; Ricardo Baeza-Yates
Improved inference and autotyping in EEG-based BCI typing systems BIBAFull-Text 15
  Andrew Fowler; Brian Roark; Umut Orhan; Deniz Erdogmus; Melanie Fried-Oken
Improving public transit accessibility for blind riders by crowdsourcing bus stop landmark locations with Google street view BIBAFull-Text 16
  Kotaro Hara; Shiri Azenkot; Megan Campbell; Cynthia L. Bennett; Vicki Le; Sean Pannella; Robert Moore; Kelly Minckler; Rochelle H. Ng; Jon E. Froehlich
IncluCity: using contextual cues to raise awareness on environmental accessibility BIBAFull-Text 17
  Jorge Goncalves; Vassilis Kostakos; Simo Hosio; Evangelos Karapanos; Olga Lyra
Answering visual questions with conversational crowd assistants BIBAFull-Text 18
  Walter S. Lasecki; Phyo Thiha; Yu Zhong; Erin Brady; Jeffrey P. Bigham
Physical accessibility of touchscreen smartphones BIBAFull-Text 19
  Shari Trewin; Cal Swart; Donna Pettick
Real time object scanning using a mobile phone and cloud-based visual search engine BIBAFull-Text 20
  Yu Zhong; Pierre J. Garrigues; Jeffrey P. Bigham
Safe walking technology for people with dementia: what do they want? BIBAFull-Text 21
  Kristine Holbø; Silje Bøthun; Yngve Dahl
Touchplates: low-cost tactile overlays for visually impaired touch screen users BIBAFull-Text 22
  Shaun K. Kane; Meredith Ringel Morris; Jacob O. Wobbrock
UbiBraille: designing and evaluating a vibrotactile Braille-reading device BIBAFull-Text 23
  Hugo Nicolau; João Guerreiro; Tiago Guerreiro; Luís Carriço
Uncovering information needs for independent spatial learning for users who are visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 24
  Nikola Banovic; Rachel L. Franz; Khai N. Truong; Jennifer Mankoff; Anind K. Dey
Visual complexity, player experience, performance and physical exertion in motion-based games for older adults BIBAFull-Text 25
  Jan Smeddinck; Kathrin M. Gerling; Saranat Tiemkeo
What health topics older adults want to track: a participatory design study BIBAFull-Text 26
  Jennifer L. Davidson; Carlos Jensen
Wheelchair-based game design for older adults BIBAFull-Text 27
  Kathrin M. Gerling; Regan L. Mandryk; Michael R. Kalyn
"Pray before you step out": describing personal and situational blind navigation behaviors BIBAFull-Text 28
  Michele A. Williams; Amy Hurst; Shaun K. Kane

Experience reports

How someone with a neuromuscular disease experiences operating a PC (and how to successfully counteract that) BIBAFull-Text 29
  Torsten Felzer; Stephan Rinderknecht
Mixed local and remote participation in teleconferences from a deaf and hard of hearing perspective BIBAFull-Text 30
  Christian Vogler; Paula Tucker; Norman Williams

Posters and demos

A collection of conversational AAC-like communications BIBAFull-Text 31
  Keith Vertanen
A convenient heuristic model for understanding assistive technology adoption BIBAFull-Text 32
  Katherine Deibel
A path-guided audio based indoor navigation system for persons with visual impairment BIBAFull-Text 33
  Dhruv Jain; Akhil Jain; Rohan Paul; Akhila Komarika; M. Balakrishnan
A system helping blind people to get character information in their surrounding environment BIBAFull-Text 34
  Noboru Ohnishi; Tetsuya Matsumoto; Hiroaki Kudo; Yoshinori Takeuchi
Accessibility in smartphone applications: what do we learn from reviews? BIBAFull-Text 35
  Asm Iftekhar Anam; Mohammed Yeasin
An indoor human behavior gathering system toward future support for visually impaired people BIBAFull-Text 36
  Ryotaro Okada; Ikuko Yairi
An iOS reader for people with dyslexia BIBAFull-Text 37
  Luz Rello; Ricardo Baeza-Yates; Horacio Saggion; Clara Bayarri; Simone D. J. Barbosa
Auditory displays for accessible fantasy sports BIBAFull-Text 38
  Jared M. Batterman; Jonathan H. Schuett; Bruce N. Walker
Automatic image conversion to tactile graphic BIBAFull-Text 39
  Tyler J. Ferro; Dianne T. V. Pawluk
Brain-training software for stroke survivors BIBAFull-Text 40
  Lourdes Morales Villaverde; Sean-Ryan Smith; Sri Kurniawan
CamIO: a 3D computer vision system enabling audio/haptic interaction with physical objects by blind users BIBAFull-Text 41
  Huiying Shen; Owen Edwards; Joshua Miele; James M. Coughlan
Collaborative music application for visually impaired people with tangible objects on table BIBAFull-Text 42
  Shotaro Omori; Ikuko Eguchi Yairi
Comparison of reading accuracy between tactile pie charts and tactile band charts BIBAFull-Text 43
  Kosuke Araki; Tetsuya Watanabe
Computerized short-term memory treatment for older adults with aphasia: feedback from clinicians BIBAFull-Text 44
  Diana Molero Martin; Robert Laird; Faustina Hwang; Christos Salis
Crowd caption correction (CCC) BIBAFull-Text 45
  Rebecca Perkins Harrington; Gregg C. Vanderheiden
Designing an accessible clothing tag system for people with vision impairments BIBAFull-Text 46
  Michele A. Williams; Kathryn Ringland; Amy Hurst
Developing tactile icons to support mobile users with situationally-induced impairments and disabilities BIBAFull-Text 47
  Huimin Qian; Ravi Kuber; Andrew Sears
Evaluation of touch screen vibration accessibility for blind users BIBAFull-Text 48
  Amine Awada; Youssef Bou Issa; Joe Tekli; Richard Chbeir
Extending access to personalized verbal feedback about robots for programming students with visual impairments BIBAFull-Text 49
  Sekou L. Remy
How accessible is the process of web interface design? BIBAFull-Text 50
  Kirk Norman; Yevgeniy Arber; Ravi Kuber
How power wheelchair users choose computing devices BIBAFull-Text 51
  Patrick Carrington; Amy Hurst; Shaun K. Kane
Initial results from a critical review of research on technology for older and disabled people BIBAFull-Text 52
  Bláithín Gallagher; Helen Petrie
Interviewing blind photographers: design insights for a smartphone application BIBAFull-Text 53
  Dustin Adams; Tory Gallagher; Alexander Ambard; Sri Kurniawan
Involving clinical staff in the design of a support tool improve dental communication for patients with intellectual disabilities BIBAFull-Text 54
  Rachel Menzies; Daniel Herron; Lesley Scott; Ruth Freeman; Annalu Waller
Real-time captioning by non-experts with legion scribe BIBAFull-Text 55
  Walter S. Lasecki; Christopher D. Miller; Raja Kushalnagar; Jeffrey P. Bigham
Manual evaluation of synthesised sign language avatars BIBAFull-Text 56
  Robert Smith; Brian Nolan
Motion-games in brain injury rehabilitation: an in-situ multi-method study of inpatient care BIBAFull-Text 57
  Cynthia Putnam; Jinghui Cheng
Multilingual website assessment for accessibility: a survey on current practices BIBAFull-Text 58
  Silvia Rodríguez Vázquez; Anton Bolfing
Optimization of switch keyboards BIBAFull-Text 59
  Xiao (Cosmo) Zhang; Kan Fang; Gregory Francis
Page sample size in web accessibility testing: how many pages is enough? BIBAFull-Text 60
  Eric Velleman; Thea van der Geest
PlatMult: a multisensory platform with web accessibility features for low vision users BIBAFull-Text 61
  Marcio Oyamada; Jorge Bidarra; Clodis Boscarioli
PuffText: a voiceless and touchless text entry solution for mobile phones BIBAFull-Text 62
  Jackson Feijó Filho; Thiago Valle; Wilson Prata
SlideType: universal design text-entry interface for touchscreen devices BIBAFull-Text 63
  Xiao "Nikita" Xiong; Jon A. Sanford
Social platform for sharing accessibility information among people with disabilities: evaluation of a field assessment BIBAFull-Text 64
  Takahiro Miura; Ken-ichiro Yabu; Masatsugu Sakajiri; Mari Ueda; Junya Suzuki; Atsushi Hiyama; Michitaka Hirose; Tohru Ifukube
Standardization of real-time text in instant messaging BIBAFull-Text 65
  Mark Rejhon; Christian Vogler; Norman Williams; Gunnar Hellström
Supporting augmented and alternative communication using a low-cost gestural device BIBAFull-Text 66
  Matt Wheeler; Flynn Wolf; Ravi Kuber
Surveying the accessibility of touchscreen games for persons with motor impairments: a preliminary analysis BIBAFull-Text 67
  Yoojin Kim; Nita Sutreja; Jon Froehlich; Leah Findlater
The feasibility of eyes-free touchscreen keyboard typing BIBAFull-Text 68
  Keith Vertanen; Haythem Memmi; Per Ola Kristensson
The global public inclusive infrastructure (GPII) BIBAFull-Text 69
  Gregg C. Vanderheiden; Jutta Treviranus; Amrish Chourasia
The today and tomorrow of Braille learning BIBAFull-Text 70
  J. Guerreiro; D. Gonçalves; D. Marques; T. Guerreiro; H. Nicolau; K. Montague
Toward accessible technology for music composers and producers with motor disabilities BIBAFull-Text 71
  Adam J. Sporka; Ben L. Carson; Paul Nauert; Sri H. Kurniawan
Towards the development of haptic-based interface for teaching visually impaired Arabic handwriting BIBAFull-Text 72
  Abeer S. Bayousuf; Hend S. Al-Khalifa; AbdulMalik S. Al-Salman
Uncovering the role of expectations on perceived web accessibility BIBAFull-Text 73
  Amaia Aizpurua; Myriam Arrue; Markel Vigo
VBGhost: a braille-based educational smartphone game for children BIBAFull-Text 74
  Lauren R. Milne; Cynthia L. Bennett; Richard E. Ladner
VisualComm: a tool to support communication between deaf and hearing persons with the Kinect BIBAFull-Text 75
  Xiujuan Chai; Guang Li; Xilin Chen; Ming Zhou; Guobin Wu; Hanjing Li
Web accessibility for older adults: effects of line spacing and text justification on reading web pages BIBAFull-Text 76
  Helen Petrie; Sorachai Kamollimsakul; Christopher Power
What did you say?: visually impaired students using bonephones in math class BIBAFull-Text 77
  Yee Chieh (Denise) Chew; Bruce N. Walker

Student competition posters

Adaptive click-and-cross: an interaction technique for users with impaired dexterity BIBAFull-Text 78
  Louis Li
Blind guidance system using situation information and activity-based instruction BIBAFull-Text 79
  Eunjeong Ko