October 23-25, 2023

Poster Session 2

There are two travel award posters happening during these sessions. These will be presented by awardees Robin Angelini and Ravi Pandit.

Google will have a poster/booth during this session. Feel free to come by and chat with them!

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A Parametric Design Tool to Support Customized Adaptations of Assistive Technologies for People with Hand Impairments
  • Mixuan Li: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Leila Aflatoony: Georgia Institute of Technology
Accuracy and Reliability of At-Home Quantification of Motor Impairments Using a Computer-Based Pointing Task with Children with Ataxia-Telangiectasia
  • Vineet Pandey
  • Nergis C. Khan
  • Anoopum S. Gupta
  • Krzysztof Z. Gajos
Ally: Understanding Text Messaging to Build a Better Onscreen Keyboard for Blind People
  • Danielle Lottridge
  • Chris Yoon
  • Darren Burton
  • Chester Wang
  • Jofish Kaye
Approaches to Making Live Code Accessible in a Mixed-Vision Music Ensemble
  • William Christopher Payne: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Xinran Shen: New York University
  • Eric Xu: New York University
  • Matthew Kaney: LiveCode.NYC
  • Maya Graves: Filomen M. D'Agostino Greenberg Music School
  • Matthew Herrera: Filomen M. D'Agostino Greenberg Music School
  • Madeline Mau: Filomen M. D'Agostino Greenberg Music School
  • Diana Murray: Filomen M. D'Agostino Greenberg Music School
  • Vinnie Wang: Filomen M. D'Agostino Greenberg Music School
  • Amy Hurst: New York University
Author Reflections on Creating Accessible Academic Papers
  • Rachel Menzies
  • Garreth W. Tigwell
  • Michael Crabb
Designing a Human-Centered Intelligent System to Monitor & Explain Abnormal Patterns of Older Adults
  • Min Lee: Singapore Management University
  • Daniel P. Siewiorek: Carnegie Mellon University
  • Alexandre Bernardino: Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon
Enriching Social Sharing for the Dementia Community: Insights from In-Person and Online Social Programs
  • Jiamin Dai
  • Karyn Moffatt
Exploring Roundabout Navigation Training with 3D-Printed Tactile Maps
  • Gaurav Seth: New York University
  • Vera Zhong: New York University
  • Lukas Franck: The Seeing Eye
  • Anita Perr: New York University
  • John-Ross Rizzo: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
  • Amy Hurst: New York University
FingerSpeller: Camera-Free Text Entry Using Smart Rings for American Sign Language Fingerspelling Recognition
  • David Martin: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Zikang Leng: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Tan Gemicioglu: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Jon Womack: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Jocelyn Heath: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • William C Neubauer IV: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Hyeokhyen Kwon: Emory University School of Medicine
  • Thomas Ploetz: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Thad Starner: Georgia Institute of Technology
“I’m Just Overwhelmed”: Investigating Physical Therapy Accessibility and Technology Interventions for People with Disabilities and/or Chronic Conditions
  • Momona Yamagami
  • Kelly Mack
  • Jennifer Mankoff
  • Katherine M. Steele
“It could be better. It could be much worse”: Understanding Accessibility in User Experience Practice with Implications for Industry and Education
  • Cynthia Putnam
  • Emma J. Rose
  • Craig M. MacDonald
Investigating Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (DHH) Individuals’ Online Dating Practices, Self-Presentation, and Disability Disclosure
  • Xiangrong Zhu: Duke Kunshan University
  • Jiaxun Cao: Duke Kunshan University
  • Zhe Niu: Duke Kunshan University
  • Jingze Zhang: Dukekunshan University
  • Xin Tong: Duke Kunshan University
"It's All About the Pictures:" Understanding How Parents/Guardians With Visual Impairments Co-Read With Their Child(ren)
  • Sohyeon Park: University of California, Irvine
  • Cameron Tyler Cassidy: University of California, Irvine
  • Stacy Branham: University of California, Irvine
"Let the Volcano Erupt!”: Designing Sonification to Make Oceanography Accessible for Blind and Low Vision Students in Museum Environment"
  • Huaigu Li: Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Jon P Bellona: University of Oregon
  • Leslie Smith: Your Ocean Consulting LLC
  • Amy Bower: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • Jessica Roberts: Georgia Institute of Technology
Multimodal 3D printed urban maps for blind people. Evaluations and scientific investigations
  • Małgorzata Telesińska: Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Proposing Body Doubling as a Continuum of Space/Time and Mutuality: An Investigation with Neurodivergent Participants
  • Tessa Eagle: University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Leya Breanna Baltaxe-Admony: University of California Santa Cruz
  • Kathryn E. Ringland: University of California, Santa Cruz
The Global Care Ecosystems of 3D Printed Assistive Devices
  • Saiph Savage
  • Claudia Flores-Saviaga
  • Rachel Rodney
  • Liliana Savage
  • Jon Schull
  • Jennifer Mankoff
Towards a System Architecture for Connected Physical and Digital Reminders Using Embodied Objects for People with Dementia
  • Alisha Pradhan: New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • James Gallier: Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Raymond Domjan: University of Maryland
  • Emma Dixon: Clemson University
  • Robert Bao: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Hanuma Teja Maddali: University of Maryland
  • Amanda Lazar: University of Maryland
Towards Street Camera-based Outdoor Navigation for Blind Pedestrians
  • Gaurav Jain: Columbia University
  • Basel Hindi: Columbia University
  • Mingyu Xie: Columbia University
  • Zihao Zhang: Columbia University
  • Koushik Srinivasula: Columbia University
  • Mahshid Ghasemi: Columbia University
  • Daniel Weiner: Lehman College
  • Xin Yi Therese Xu: Pomona College
  • Sophie Ana Paris: New York University
  • Chloe Tedjo: Texas A&M University
  • Josh R Bassin: The Pennsylvania State University
  • Michael C Malcolm: SUNY At Albany
  • Mehmet Kerem Turkcan: Columbia University
  • Javad Ghaderi: Columbia University
  • Zoran Kostic: Columbia University
  • Gil Zussman: Columbia University
  • Brian A. Smith: Columbia University
Two-in-one: A design space for mapping unimanual input into bimanual interactions in VR for users with limited movement
  • Momona Yamagami
  • Sasa Junuzovic
  • Mar Gonzalez-Franco
  • Eyal Ofek
  • Edward Cutrell
  • John R. Porter
  • Andrew D. Wilson
  • Martez E. Mott
Understanding Blind and Low Vision Users' Attitudes Towards Spatial Interactions in Desktop Screen Readers
  • Arnavi Chheda-Kothary: University of Washington
  • David Angel Rios: Columbia University
  • Kynnedy Simone Smith: Columbia University
  • Avery Reyna: University of Central Florida
  • Cecilia Zhang: Bryn Mawr College
  • Brian A. Smith: Columbia University
Understanding the Experiences, Challenges, and Needs of Dementia Caregivers in the Indian Subcontinent
  • Srishti Shekhar Agrawal: Purdue University
  • Shrey Panchal: Purdue University
  • Liang He: Purdue University
U.S. Deaf Community Perspectives on Automatic Sign Language Translation
  • Nina Tran: University of Washington
  • Richard E. Ladner: University of Washington
  • Danielle Bragg: Microsoft Research