IGDA Game Accessibility Special Interest Group

Custom Interfaces



Image of the front cover of Roald Dahl's The Magic Finger - a drawing of a girl holding her magic finger aloft."Off-the-shelf designs are especially frustrating for the disabled, the elderly and anybody who has trouble controlling a mouse. A new approach to design, developed at the University of Washington, would put each person through a brief skills test and then generate a mathematically-based version of the user interface optimized for his or her vision and motor abilities. A paper describing the system, which for the first time offers an instantly customizable approach to user interfaces, was presented today in Chicago at a meeting of the Association for the Advancement ofArtificial Intelligence."

The full story can be found: http://uwnews.org/article.asp?articleID=42817

Via: John Bannick of 7-128 Software on the IGDA GASIG Mailing List.

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