Kesu Wang
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IXD: Adoma — A Computer For Visually Impaired People

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A Computer For Visually Impaired People   
Venture Into The Digital World With Sound And Touch

Technologies have elevated our way of accessing information conveniently, anything, anywhere we want. From text-based screen to Graphic interface and now, touch screens and AR, every solution heavily relies on sight. This has been a stressful experience for the visually impaired.

ADOMA 
2016
Team: Jane Park, Richard Jeng, 
Minji Gim, Elim Pan, Kesu Wang 

Sponsored by Google Android

 
 

“ADOMA enable visually impaired people to access
and use the information faster, and be able to share their
opinions easily, through sound and touch.”

 

The interface language on ADOMA is the content coming to you
rather than you searching for it. One of the priority is browsing, with lot
of iterations, 3D shapes can be recognized quicker than flat ones.

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Search
Explore At The Touch Of Your Fingers

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Read
Take In At Your Own Pace

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Write
Share Your Voice And Touch The World

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