Virtual Keyboard Interface
By roblow, Updated
For some disabilities, a computer can be designed to turn on by voice activation or by just touching any parts of the keyboard. It can also be designed to follow voice commands for entering data, or reading back information for its user.
To activate just touch any part of the keyboard. The computer will also recognize voice commands.
The computer will also read back information on the screen by either saying "read text". If there are only certain icons or info that needs to be manipulated, there are coordinates for those parts of the screen. The user says "copy coordinate (3, 10) to (5, 12)". A quadrant could also be told by saying "enlarge quad 3". Everything could be voice commanded.
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