Screen reading is the prevalent approach for presenting graphical desktop applications in audio. The primary function of a screen reader is to describe what the user encounters when interacting with a graphical user interface (GUI). This straightforward method allows people with visual impairments to hear exactly what is on the screen, but with significant usability problems in a multitasking environment. Screen reader users must infer the state of on-going tasks spanning multiple graphical windows from a single, serial stream of speech.All three of these as- pects may be enhanced by auditory displays that enable eyes-free operation and smaller or non-existant screen space. ... Trekker navigation guide use synthesized speech to communicate information to people with visual impairments. Some automotive dashboard navigation systems such as the Pioneer AVIC-Z1 are fully speech enabled for both ... The motorized cane gives speech feedback about the current position of the walker using GPS and guides the useranbsp;...
|Title||:||Clique: Perceptually Based, Task Oriented Auditory Display for GUI Applications|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|