Enjoyed sharing my research on assistive technology design with faculty and students at my alma mater on Nov. 17. Go Hokies!
Excited to present our latest paper at ASSETS 2017: “Is Someone There? Do They Have a Gun?” How Visual Information about Others Can Improve Personal Safety Management for Blind Individuals.”
My MS student, Morgan Scheuerman, just earned his first publication acceptance, a CHI 2017 work-in-progress paper titled “Learning the Language: The Importance of Studying Written Directions in Designing Navigational Technologies for the Blind.” So proud!
Our full paper titled “Beyond Accuracy: Examining how Context of Use Impacts Blind Individuals’ Acceptance of Navigation Aid Errors” was accepted to CHI 2017.