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Study of man-machine communications systems for the handicapped.

Haig Kafafian

Study of man-machine communications systems for the handicapped.

by Haig Kafafian

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Published by Cybernetics Research Institute in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People with disabilities -- Means of communication,
  • People with disabilities -- Printing and writing systems

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCybernetics Research Institute
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV3000 K33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19049582M

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To enhance the capability of the severely handicapped to communicate and thereby to develop intellectually, aspects of the study of this CYBERCOM family of man-machine systems include developing tests to observe and measure their effectiveness, studying man-machine interfaces, developing and testing instructional materials for teaching the use of the systems to the handicapped, demonstrating the systems to educators, and disseminating information for use in school : Haig Kafafian.

The volume contains experimental instructional materials designed for teacher and handicapped student use with two man-machine communications systems, Cybertype and Cyber-Go-Round, developed as educational aids for the severely handicapped.

Cybertype is a writing machine with various possible configurations of portable keyboards with a reduced number of : Haig Kafafian. Teaching instructions, lesson plans, and exercises are provided for severely physically and/or neurologically handicapped persons learning to use the Cybertype electric writing machine with a tongue-body keyboard.

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To enhance the capability of the severely handicapped to communicate and thereby to develop intellectually, aspects of the study of this CYBERCOM family of man-machine systems include developing tests to observe and measure their effectiveness, studying man-machine interfaces, developing and testing instructional materials for teaching the use of the systems to the handicapped, demonstrating the systems to educators, and disseminating information for use in school systems.

The report describes a series of studies conducted to determine the extent to which severly handicapped students who were able to comprehend language and language structure but who were not able to write or type could communicate using various man-machine by: 1.

Newly developed communications systems for exceptional children include Cybercom; CYBERTYPE; Cyberplace, a keyless keyboard; Cyberphone, a telephonic communication system for deaf and speech impaired persons; Cyberlamp, a visual display; Cyberview, a fiber optic bundle remote visual display; Cybersem, an interface for the blind, fingerless, and others with limited control; Cybertac, a tactile communications technique for the blind, utilizing palpable vibrations; Cyberbrailler Author: Haig Kafafian.

Study of Man-Machine Communications Systems for Disabled Persons (The Handicapped). Volume VI. Final Report. Kafafian, Haig. The instruction manual contains lessons for teaching severely physically and/or neurologically handicapped students to use the seven-key Cybertype electric writing machine.

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