Alternative Text Entry Using Different Input MethodsBy Felxer, Torsten; Nordmann, Rainer; ASSETS 2006 - The Eighth International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility,
Publication Date: 2006
Article describes HaMCoS, the Hands-free Mouse Control System, which uses muscle-based input signals combined with two different text entry applications to allow the user to operate a personal computer without using the hands. The HaMCoS framework includes the MouseEditor, which provides an on-screen keyboard for text entry, and the LURD-Writer, whereby selecting characters is similar to entering Morse code. The word completion routine, common to both applications, is examined. The results of several experiments demonstrating the effects of these measures are reported.
Published by: Association for Computing Machinery (Website:http://www.acm.org)
SIGACCESS (ACM Special Interest Group on Accessible Computing) (Web Site: http://www.sigaccess.org )
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