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16 December 1988 Graphics With Special Interfaces For Disabled People
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Some physically impaired persons are unable to use standard drawing tools (pencil, eraser, paper, etc.). An effective way to deal with the problem is to create a graphic environment with features that motor disabled can control. A motor disabled person can use some commercial graphic program by means the special interface (working as mouse emulator), that we developed. Special software oriented to provide mentally impaired children with some computer graphic capabilities can be developed. This software can be useful when the commercial available software is unsuitable. We are developing special software that provide physically impaired children with the capability of graphical represention of three-dimensional scenes. This software can be controlled by means some different special input interface including a speech recognition system.
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A. Tronconi, M. Billi, A. Boscaleri, P. Graziani, and C. Susini "Graphics With Special Interfaces For Disabled People", Proc. SPIE 0974, Applications of Digital Image Processing XI, (16 December 1988);

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