Practical use of interactive tactile graphic display system at a school for the blind

  • Watanabe T
  • Kobayashi M
  • Ono S
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Abstract

The basic function of the interactive tactile graphic display system is that it enables blind persons to draw and erase tactile graphics directly on the tactile surface with the stylus. Besides that, the system can be used to play tactile games, which cannot be achieved by the use of current static tactile graphics, such as embossed print or swell paper.

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  • blind student
  • good practice
  • tactile graphic display

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Authors

  • T Watanabe

  • M Kobayashi

  • S Ono

  • K Yokoyama

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