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Playing A Game With Supplemental Modalities
Video games are presented to a user primarily using visual feedback. Although many games contain sound and haptic feedback, these modalities are usually secondary in nature. Most secondary stimuli are used to enhance the ...
Non-Intrusive Physical Activity Prediction for Exergames
In recent years, exercise games have been criticized for not being able to engage their players into levels of physical activity that are high enough to yield health benefits. A major challenge in the design of exergames, ...
A Framework for Making Virtual Worlds Accessible to the Visually Impaired
Virtual Worlds have virtually exploded in popularity and have experienced significant commercial success. People from all over the globe are experimenting with the various features that virtual worlds provide. It is deemed ...
Making Spatial Information Accessible on Touchscreens for Users who are Blind and Visually Impaired
Touchscreens have become a de facto standard of input for mobile devices as they most optimally use the limited input and output space that is imposed by their form factor. In recent years, people who are blind and visually ...
Haptic Interface for Non-Visual Steering
Glare significantly diminishes visual perception, and is a significant cause of traffic accidents. Existing haptic automotive interfaces typically indicate when and in which direction to steer, but they don't convey how ...
BCReporter: A Real-Time, Machine Learning, Fraud Detection Platform
Bristlecone Holdings analyzes business finances and customer accounts using data files exported from the third party software program Tableau. In order to detect fraudulent applications, these data files are analyzed by ...
INFO! Map: Indoor Navigation for the Optically-challenged
INFOmap is a handheld navigation software primarily focused on helping blind patrons navigate the interior of buildings. It utilizes voice command and crowdsourcing to build a database of objects within a building. A map ...
HallPASS - Hallway Person Affixed Steering Supplement
Hallway Person Affixed Steering Supplement (HallPASS) is a tool for navigating through the interior of buildings. This project is similar to Google Street View, but is focused entirely on the mapping and traversal of ...
EVALUATION OF HANDSBUSY VERSUS HANDSFREE VIRTUAL LOCOMOTION
To navigate beyond the confines of often limited available positional tracking space, virtual reality (VR) users need to switch from natural walking input to a controller-based locomotion technique, such as teleportation ...