Can a community barbeque be more beneficial to citizens than learning computing skills?
Dual video conferencing in the proposed remote study design. While interacting with a testbed on a smartphone, a blind participant wearing smart glasses communicates with the experimenter through dual video conferencing. Two video streams are being sent to the experimenter: one from the participant’s smart glasses (a pair of Vuzix blade with the camera located on the top right corner) and the other from a laptop camera facing the participant on the same Zoom call.Liz Zogby
Dr. Hernisa Kacorri’s research on object recognizers with blind participants required a pivot to remote usability testing, leading her team to …
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As a result of the covid-19 pandemic, interaction with websites and apps sometimes become the only way to access certain goods and services, leav …
Created by Alex Pilon, Artistic Director, Including DisabilityHayleigh Moore
“Including Disability” offers innovative approaches to eliminating systemic barriers and gives voice to disabled people.
Creating first-person, virtual reality experiences to enhance empathy and address growing issues in the caretaking industry.
23 members of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab will present their research at prestigious HCI conference.
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The paper by iSchool PhD student Alisha Pradhan, iSchool assistant professor Dr. Amanda Lazar, and University of Washington’s Dr. Leah Findlate …
Journalist Sam Blum examines how the expansion of worker surveillance runs the risk of shattering employees’ trust.
Professor Jennifer Golbeck discusses what the future of the internet will look like.