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TL 2023-03-11
Online Online From linguistic landscape to information accessibility and linguistic rights -- An report on students' activities --
Naoki Yamazaki (Kansai Univ.) TL2022-38
In this article, the author reports on a class on the topics of "information accessibility from the perspective of lingu... [more] TL2022-38
- 2022-12-16
Kagawa Onsite (Sunport Takamatsu) and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)

Naoya Kitamura (ePARA)
The term "blind e-sports" is a general term for e-sports involving blind e-sports players. The ePARA has adopted the 2D ... [more]
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-18
Online Online [Poster Presentation] The current situation and problems of comics transliteration from the production site
Sumire Mori (Seika Univ.) SP2022-22
Reading comics is not easy for the visually impaired. As researches, the exhibition of comics by tactile figures has bee... [more] SP2022-22
TL 2020-10-25
Online Online How does conceptual accessibility affect sentence production -- Evidence from Chinese JFL learners focused on the effect of Animacy --
Zhanmei XIE, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2020-3
Animacy is demonstrated to affect the subsequent grammatical encoding stages during sentence production. However, differ... [more] TL2020-3
WIT, SP, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2020-10-22
Online Online Improving Web accessibility on a website for screen reader users and people who need the ruby element on each Kanji
Wakaba Hamamatsu, Maimi Hoshi, Mieko Nakagawa, Kuniomi Shibata (Tsuda Univ.) SP2020-8 WIT2020-9
The ruby element in Japanese websites is a barrier for screen readers. Screen readers read out Japanese ruby text after ... [more] SP2020-8 WIT2020-9
HIP, ASJ-H 2020-02-15
Okinawa IT Souzou-kan Bldg. (Naha) The Efforts for iIproving the Operation and UX for Official Website in Department of Information Engineering
Noritomo Taba, Tomokazu Nagata, Yuji Taniguchi (Ryukyu Univ) HIP2019-77
The official website of the University of the Ryukyus Intelligence Course is managed mainly by an organization called a ... [more] HIP2019-77
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Auditory Uta-Karuta -- Design and evaluation of sound icons to realize an audible card game for the people with visually impairment. --
Haruna Miyakawa, Noko Kuratomo, Elser, Hisham, Biral Salih, Keiichi Zempo (Univ. Tsukuba)
We proposed an auditory card game system which presents the contents of the card by audio signals to realize equal playi... [more]
WIT 2019-08-10
Tochigi Teikyo University, Utsunomiya Campus (TBD) Development of a Mobile Audio Game based on the Accessibility Recommendations (part 2) -- Implementation of Tutorial Mode and Behavior Analysis of Players --
Takeaki Shionome, Yuuhi Tashiro, Keisuke Matsushima, Satoshi Kuroda (Teikyo Univ.) WIT2019-12
In this paper, we investigated on improvement of the user interface according to the results of analyzation of players’ ... [more] WIT2019-12
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-08
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Development of a Mobile Audio Game based on the Accessibility Recommendations
Takeaki Shionome, Yuuhi Tashiro, Keisuke Matsushima, Satoshi Kuroda (Teikyo Univ.) WIT2018-68
In this report, we have developed an mobile audio game “†Treasure in the Dark†” that designed to satisfy mobile audio ga... [more] WIT2018-68
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-09
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology [Special Talk] Information and Communication Accessibility in Research Activities -- From Deaf and Hard of Hearing Perspective --
Akiko Nakajima, Kyoko Isoda, Ayako Hagiwara, Maiko Ishino, Miku Yoshida, Mayumi Shirasawa, Shigeki Miyoshi, Sumihiro Kawano (NTUT) WIT2018-72
We report on interpreting preparation method, skills necessary for academic interpretation, training program, and proble... [more] WIT2018-72
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-09
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology [Special Talk] International Standardization of accessibility on Information Technology
Yoshikazu Seki (AIST) WIT2018-78
This address explains the trends of international standardization of accessibility on information technology for multige... [more] WIT2018-78
WIT, HI-SIGACI 2018-12-05
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Investigation of information accessibility support method for hearing impaired using multiple speech recognition software in small group conference -- Development of prototype system and evaluating effectiveness --
Masayoshi Bando, Shunichi Yonemura (SIT) WIT2018-42
In recent years, it has been attempted to use speech recognition software as a means of information accessibility suppor... [more] WIT2018-42
WIT, SP 2018-10-28
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology(Kitakyushu) A Proposal of Standard Requirements for A Medical Institution Website Taking Web Accessibility of Visually Impaired Persons into Account
Takeshi Tanaka, Kazuhito Ujima, Hidehiko Tsukuma, Minoru Ikeuchi, RIe Fujita (Hiroshima Univ.) SP2018-46 WIT2018-34
The authors propose a standard set of requirements for a medical institution website taking web accessibility into accou... [more] SP2018-46 WIT2018-34
HIP 2018-08-03
Tokyo Tokyo Woman's Christian University A Study on Relationship of Information Accessibility with Pupillary Response in Human Interactions
Rie Osawa, Naoki Bonkohara, Susumu Shirayama (Univ. of Tokyo) HIP2018-49
For users to accept accurate and efficient information in the interactions between users and system, it is effective for... [more] HIP2018-49
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2018-03-09
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Cognitive Characteristics of the hearing-impaired Web users -- Comparison of legible character size for the hearing and the hearing-impaired --
Miwako Odaka, Emi Shinohara, Takayuki Watanabe (TWCU) WIT2017-70
We have carried out an experiment to measure and compare the legibility of Web content, with various font sizes, for bo... [more] WIT2017-70
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2018-03-10
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Discussion on Development of E-learning System for Deafblind College Students(part2) -- Information Accessibility Using Braille Terminal and Real Time Captioning Support in a Lecture --
Manabi Miyagi, Masayuki Sato (NTUT) WIT2017-90
he purpose of this sturdy was to develop E-learning system on working with deafblind college students. In this paper, we... [more] WIT2017-90
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2018-03-10
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Working with Deafblind Student on Study Life in Higher Education Institution
Masayuki Sato, Manabi Miyagi, Mayumi Shirasawa (NTUT) WIT2017-91
In this paper, we report on working with the Deafblind student on study life in higher education institution. We discuss... [more] WIT2017-91
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-16
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Characteristics of color scheme affecting accessibility
Masahiro Watanabe, Rika Mochizuki, Misa Hirao, Yoko Asano (NTT) HCS2017-14 HIP2017-14
Web accessibility has become more and more important to Web contents with the spread of the Internet. The standard for W... [more] HCS2017-14 HIP2017-14
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2017-03-11
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology (Kasuga Campus) Development of a hand robot that signs tactile finger alphabets for deafness-based deafblind persons -- Applying Human-like Multiple DoF Robotic Hand --
Tatsuya Seki (UEC), Koichi Mori (NRCD), HIroshi Yokoi (UEC) WIT2016-87
Deafblind people have three barriers of communication, information acquisition, and movement. Particularly, deaf-based d... [more] WIT2016-87
ET 2017-01-28
Kanagawa National Institute of Special Needs Education Discussion on Development of E-learning System for Deafblind College Students -- Information Accessibility Using Braille Terminal and Real Time Captioning Support in a Lecture --
Manabi Miyagi, Masayuki Sato, Masayuki Kobayashi (Tsukuba Univ.Tech.) ET2016-84
The purpose of this sturdy was to develop E-learning system on working with deafblind college students. In this paper, w... [more] ET2016-84
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