Understanding the Accessibility barriers of the Blind when interacting with TV

When: Wednesday, 2014-Dec-17, 11h30-12h00
Where: FCUL-DI, room C6.3.05
Presenter: Daniel Costa

Abstract: Connected TV is an advanced broadcasting technology that provides a better experience in terms of picture and sound quality and enables interactive capabilities, while extending the reach of content by enabling access to Internet’s multimedia content. As this technology becomes common it is paramount that these new features are accessible by all. In this talk I will show the ongoing work I have been doing on my PhD regarding the evaluation of the current state of the accessibility on TVs. In the end we will engage on a brainstorm session about the next step to enhance blind users interaction.

About the presenter: Ph.D. student

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