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"Interface-Free" Touch Screen at TED

scavenger87 Re:Great news for people with hand injuries. (194 comments)

For blind people, keyboard with tradiotional buttons is the best known interface, because most of them rely on remembering some typing orders to be able to surf in common Windows menus. This is the case before the speech recognition reaches a satisfying level.

about 8 years ago


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