Home PageStudent ParticipantFaculty MentorGraduate Student AdvisorsProject DescriptionMy Android ApplicationsWeekly Journal DREU Final ReportThe accessible Android applications that I developed this summer are:
Source code and compiled applications available at http://mobileaccessibility.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/.
The Android Talking Calculator (ATC) is a talking calculator for the Android phone. It can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and exponent, as well as using parenthesis. It uses the Talking Tap Twice Technique to provide speech output and an accessible input method.<
The Android Talking Level (ATL) is a talking llevel for the Android phone. Itspeaks whether or not the phone is horizontal, whether or not the phone is vertical, and the degrees from the horizontal or vertical (which ever is closer) for both the X and Z axis, all of which can be toggled on or off. It uses the Talking Tap Twice Technique to provide speech output and an accessible input method.
The Talking Tap Twice (TTT) is an interface that defines a input method that allows the user to explore the screen without activating any of the controls as well as providing speech output. TTT reads each item as the user taps it. In order to activate the selected item, the user must tap the screen twice in any location.