VDraw Allows People with Mobility Disabilities to Create Digital Art on a

first_imgV-Draw is a free website allows people with mobility disabilities to draw using only their voice or other sounds. This website is in the initial stages; it’s a basic website but it’s still pretty innovative technology.The website is so easy to use – you just talk out loud it starts creating digital art. All you need is an active or built-in microphone on your computer. The strokes are controlled by volume. Low volume creates line that curves counterclockwise. Medium volume creates a straight line. High volume creates a line that curves clockwise. Simply click anywhere on the screen to clear the drawing and start over. However, it is tough to control the stokes. You can see artwork created by the inventor of the website below. You can learn more about this technology on the Zefrank blog . Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedATU060- Cat Bouwkamp (Paralympic Fencer, London 2012) JAWS 14, Apple iOS and Mac Accessibility, V-Draw, Deaf-Blind Communication Device from Humanware, Learning Ally App, Umbrella Today, Google+ Hangouts with Captions for the DeafJuly 20, 2012In “Assistive Technology Update”AM088 – A11y – Computer AccessibilityFebruary 1, 2013In “Accessibility Minute”ATU298 – Beth Rosenberg – Tech Kids Unlimited – T3 Digital AgencyFebruary 10, 2017In “Assistive Technology Update”last_img

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