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A Comparison of Three Nonvisual Methods for Presenting Scientific Graphs — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This study implemented three different methods for presenting scientific graphs to visually impaired people: audition, kinesthetics, or a combination of the two. The results indicate that the combination of both audio and kinesthetic modalities can be a promising representation medium of common scientific graphs for people who are visually impaired.


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