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Knowledge about how visually impaired people want to use architectural floor and how VIP want to use architectural floor plan information

The TeDUB Project has developed considerable knowledge about the kinds of information that visually impaired people would like from architectural plans and the ways they would like to interact with this information. This knowledge has application not only in the further development of the TeDUB and related systems, but also to the development of tactile and audio-tactile architectural plans for visually impaired people.

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Centre for HCI Design, City University
Centre for HCI Design, City University
EC1V 0HB London
United Kingdom
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