Conference Proceeding Article
We describe our vision for Empath-D, our system to enable Empathetic User Interface Design. Our key idea is to leverage Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR / AR) displays to provide an Immersive Reality environment, where developers/designers can emulate impaired interactions by elderly or disabled users while testing the usability of their applications. Our early experiences with the Empath-D prototype show that Empath-D can emulate a cataract vision impairment of the elderly and guide designers to create accessible web pages with less mental workload.
Accessibility, AR, VR, Design, Empathy
Graphics and Human Computer Interfaces | Software Engineering
Software and Cyber-Physical Systems
HotMobile '17: Proceedings of the 18th International Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, Sonoma, CA, USA, 2017 February 21-22
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Sonoma, CA, US
CHOO TSU WEI, KENNY; BALAN, Rajesh Krishna; Tan, Kiat Wee; MISRA, Archan; and LEE, Youngki.
Empath-D: Empathetic design for accessibility. (2017). HotMobile '17: Proceedings of the 18th International Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, Sonoma, CA, USA, 2017 February 21-22. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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