A collection of applications that are being designed for use by blind, low-vision, and deaf-blind users.
For more on our projects at the University of Washington, visit here: http://mobileaccessibility.cs.washington.edu/
MobileAccessibility is an entirely different approach to providing useful mobile functionality to blind, low-vision, and deaf-blind users. This new approach leverages the sensors that modern cell phones already have to keep devices cheap, and uses remote web services to process requests. Importantly, both fully-automated and human-powered web services are used to balance the cost and capability of the services available.
We are developing applications using Google's Android platform, and on the iPhone. We are designing, implementing, and evaluating our prototypes with blind, low-vision, and deaf-blind participants, through focus groups, interviews, lab studies, and field studies.
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