EPG

Michael Johnston, Amanda J. Stent
2010 Proceedings of the 12th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - ASSETS '10  
Over the last 10 years, in-home entertainment options have expanded dramatically. However, interfaces to listing data are still very limited. For people with visual disabilities, or those with limited hand mobility, it can be difficult or impossible to use the 'guide' provided by many cable and satellite television companies. In this demo, we present the assistive technology features of AT&T's Electronic Program Guide (EPG) prototype. These features include: speech in put for listing search,
more » ... listing search, speech commands for browsing search results, and text to speech for browsing search results. In addition, EPG uses commodity hardware and software to reduce barriers to entry.
doi:10.1145/1878803.1878859 dblp:conf/assets/JohnstonS10 fatcat:w35di7i2d5hcjomwzuz4uwnwle