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In this paper we describe one method of transforming a mouse-based graphical user interface into a navigable, gridbased auditory interface. We also report the results of an experiment that tested the effectiveness of a drawing tool for the blind called IC2D that uses this interaction style. The experiment included eight visually impaired participants and eight blindfolded sighted participants. The results show that auditory interpretation of graphics is an effective interface technique fordoi:10.1145/638249.638258 dblp:conf/assets/KamelL02 fatcat:yu3p2yjvojb2nbbw4peicufzum