An Overview of Human-Computer Interaction Based on the Camera for Disabled People
In spite of the growing focus on human-computer interaction design promoted by researchers and practitioners, there remains a large user population that is generally overlooked: people with physical disabilities. Most of HCI of disabled require wearing extra instruments, the HCI based on the camera is easy, efficient and comfortable. In this paper, we combined the applied and basic research, both drawing from psychological research and contributing new ideas to compare some HCI based on camera. We discuss user and products, and technology, highlighting challenges, open issues, and emerging applications for HCI based on camera of disabled.
Helen Zhang, Gang Shen and David Jin
G. W. Gao and X. Y. Duan, "An Overview of Human-Computer Interaction Based on the Camera for Disabled People", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 219-220, pp. 1317-1320, 2011