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DRS2016: Future-Focused Thinking
: SimProv, VibEd, and Sightlence. ... space that allow for continuous rearrangement and use of modalities. ... Acknowledgements: We would like to acknowledge research support the following funding bodies: The Swedish Research Council and The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority. ...doi:10.21606/drs.2016.511 fatcat:yssyg3yrdvcejd6nh33wxs4le4
iConference 2016 Proceedings
Haptics in the form of vibrations in game interfaces have the potential to strengthen visual and audio components, and also improve accessibility for certain populations like people with deafblindness. ... It is concluded, based on user tests, that a haptic game interface prototyping tool such as VibEd, can facilitate haptic game interface design and development, and by that contribute to game accessibility ... Haptics in interfaces could improve game accessibility for people with deafblindness. ...doi:10.9776/16138 fatcat:wzh3cozjyfghlkiiwqia7n2nse