Articles by John-Patrick Udo
Udo has a Master’s in Communication and Culture at Ryerson University and is currently a research fellow in the field of assistive and adaptive technology at the CLT. He is also an expert in universal design principles as applied to multimedia and entertainment technology.
Comparing Computer Versus Human Data Collection Methods for Public Usability Evaluations of a Tactile-Audio Display
Abstract We present a public usability study that provides preliminary results on the effectiveness of a universally designed system that conveys music and other sounds into tactile sensations. The system was displayed at a public science museum as part of a larger multimedia exhibit aimed at presenting a youths’ perspective on global warming and the […] [Read More阅读详情자세히 읽기Leia mais続きを読むLeer más]