Category Archives: Tactile Graphics

VIEWPLUS EMPRINT, INK PRO, FORMATTER, AND DESIGNER: SEEING AND FEELING IS BELIEVING!

Abstract: The new ViewPlus Ink Pro Embosser permits users to emboss documents and overprint them with black ink. The new ViewPlus EmPrint produces a high-resolution color embossed image. Both printers […]

New Technologies for Accessible Tactile Math and Accessible Graphics

Tactile Spatial Math Sighted scientists use two-dimensional math equations, because they provide the most intuitive way to represent the math. Any equation can also be written in a linear form, […]

The ViewPlus IVEO Scalable Vector Graphics Technology for Universally Usable Complex Information

Abstract The new ViewPlus IVEO Creator computer application enables authors easily to make graphical information in Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) format with features permitting universal accessibility. Simple graphics can be […]

Braille, Innovations, and Over-Specified Standards

Abstract The new Tiger embossing technology, developed in the author’s research group, produces more readable Braille than conventional embossers. The better readability traces to a smaller diameter embossed dot than […]

EMERGING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES FOR ACCESSIBLE MATH

Abstract This panel session discusses new approaches to making mathematical expressions accessible to computer users with print-disabilities. The panel members focus on three software products: WinTriangle[6], ChattyInfty[9], and MathPlayer[4]. All […]