Individuals with disabilities that impede their range of motion often have difficulty accessing technologies. With the use of computer-based assistive technology; devices, tools, and services can be used to maintain and improve the functional capabilities of motor disabilities. Assistive Technologies and Computer Access for Motor Disabilities investigates solutions to the difficulties of impaired technology access by highlighting the principles, methods, and advanced technological solutions for those with motor impairments. This reference source is beneficial to academia, industry, and various professionals in disciplines such as rehabilitation science, occupational therapy, human-computer interface development, ergonomics, and teaching in inclusive and special education. This publication is integrated with its pair book Disability Informatics and Web Accessibility for Motor Limitations.The precision of this sensor was improved with the release of the Wii Motion Plus in 2009 (Sung, 2011). The Wii ... The release of Wii Fit by Nintendo in 2008 introduced another user input peripheral, the Wii Balance Board. This is a device which ... However, one benefit of the 3DS has been found: its use may uncover undiagnosed vision problems (American Optometric Association, 2011). Clearly, suchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Assistive Technologies and Computer Access for Motor Disabilities|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2013-08-31|