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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Elderly adults face two serious challenges bridging the digital divide. First, many suffer from physical or cognitive disabilities, which inhibit computer use. Second, the "traditional" personal computer interface constitutes a foreign and forbidding paradigm. Consequently, elderly adults are less likely to access the Internet, and this lack of accessibility denies them increased social contact and access to information. This paper presents the design of a tangible user interface (TUI) for andoi:10.1007/978-3-540-73279-2_111 dblp:conf/hci/PastelWH07 fatcat:2nkyusaswbek3bxfhnpx6a2aci