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Publication Year

2017

Abstract

Typing is a part of everyday life for many people. However some people have difficulty in doing it. For example, for people who are blind and those who have carpal tunnel or cerebral palsy, a standard keyboard would not be effective to type. Alternative options include voice recognition and keyless keyboards. We focus on orbiTouch keyboard which has no keys, only two knobs which allow a person to type. Which alternative way of typing would be most effective given a person’s condition is discussed.

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Advisors:

Arcadii Grinshpan, Mathematics and Statistics

Peter McAlindon, Founder and CEO, Blue Orb Inc.; Entrepreneur in Residence, Rollins College

Problem Suggester:

Peter McAlindon