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Issue No. 03 - July-September (2006 vol. 13)
ISSN: 1070-986X
pp: 70-76
Roope Raisamo , University of Tampere, Finland
Arto Hippula , University of Tampere, Finland
Saija Patom?ki , University of Tampere, Finland
Eva Tuominen , University of Tampere, Finland
Virpi Pasto , University of Tampere, Finland
Matias Hasu , University of Tampere, Finland
Testing multimodal applications with visually impaired children requires specific testing methods and procedures. In this article, we used a SensAble Phantom device to produce haptic feedback together with stereo sound and visual feedback. We also experimented with low-cost haptic devices, such as force-feedback game controllers and tactile-feedback devices. Here we discuss how to conduct usability testing for multimodal applications with visually impaired children.
multimodal interaction, haptics, visually impaired children, usability testing

E. Tuominen, S. Patom?ki, V. Pasto, R. Raisamo, A. Hippula and M. Hasu, "Testing Usability of Multimodal Applications with Visually Impaired Children," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 13, no. , pp. 70-76, 2006.
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