Use sound proximity/doppler to provide an audio interpretation of visual content and actions
This feature uses sound proximity to interpret the visual content and provide auditory output.
Discussion by Disabilities
Blind people are aided by this feature as they are able to perceive visual content in auditory format.
Similar to blind people, people with low vision use this feature to perceive visual content in auditory format.
Related Research and Papers
- Cognitive, physical, sensory, and functional affordances in interaction design- Rex Hartson
- Adding Audio Description: Does It Make a Difference?- C Kirchner, E Schmeidler
- Accessible presentation of information for people with visual disabilities- Christopher Power, Helmut Jürgensen
- How Blind People Interact with Visual Content on Social Networking Services- Violeta Voykinska, Shiri Azenkot, Shaomei Wu, Gilly Leshed
- Seeing to hear better: evidence for early audio-visual interactions in speech identification- Jean-Luc Schwartz, Frédéric Berthommier , Christophe Savariaux
- Hearsay: enabling audio browsing on hypertext content- I. V. Ramakrishnan, Amanda Stent, Guizhen Yang