Does anyone have any ideas on how to ensure physical/navigational
accessibility on a touch screen (Apple) display?
I'm working on a design specification and accessibility plan for a
museum in the UK that is particularly sensitive to access issues. So
far, my only thought has been to provide a keyboard or trackball
device in addition to the touch screen. The multimedia program will
include navigating QTVR environments and GoogleEarth with 3D
renderings as well as standard navigation elements.
It appears from earlier posts that tactical/haptic small screens are
coming into usage, but I'm designing for much larger displays. If
it's anything like trying to use an iPhone wearing gloves, it will be
quite a challenge!