Provide the ability to discover relationships between items
This feature helps users easily understand relationships between items just by looking at the visual or haptic cues in it rather than having to play around to understand the associations.
Discussion by Disabilities
This feature aids the blind as they can associate items in their surroundings by haptic cues.
This helps people with Cognitive, Language and Learning Disabilities to understand connections and associations through the help of cues and other indicators.
Related Research and Papers
- Understanding spatial concepts at the geographic scale without the use of vision- Robert M. Kitchin, Mark Blades, Reginald G. Golledge
- Mapping development in students’ understanding of vision using a cognitive structural model- K. F. Collis, B. L. Jones, T. Sprod, J. M. Watson, S. P. Fraser
- Visualizing Without Vision at the Microscale: Students With Visual Impairments Explore Cells With Touch- M. Gail Jones, James Minogue, Tom Oppewal, Michelle P. Cook, Bethany Broadwell
- Representation of space in blind persons: Vision as a spatial sense?- Catherine Thinus-Blanc, Florence Gaunet