Auditory/Tactile Display Tools for MATLAB (SKDtools)

From: Lloyd G. Rasmussen (
Date: Tue Oct 23 2001 - 06:27:52 PDT

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>Subject: Auditory/Tactile Display Tools for MATLAB (SKDtools)
> Announcing:
> The Release Of
> Smith-Kettlewell Display Tools (SKDtools) Version 1.0
> For Use With
> MATLAB(R) Version 6.0 or Later
>This free auditory/tactile representation toolbox for MATLAB is a work in
>progress produced by The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute's
>Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center. The tools make use of your
>workstation's standard sound hardware and/or a Braille embosser capable of
>producing tactile graphics. SKDtools provides blind engineers and
>scientists with a quick and easy way to inspect data sets that sighted
>colleagues would normally view with the graphical tools provided by MATLAB.
>You can find out more about SKDtools, and download Version 1.0 from:
>You can learn more about The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
>(SKERI), and the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) at:
>For more information, contact the author:
> Joshua A. Miele, SKERI RCA Fellow
> Department of Psychology, Psychoacoustics Laboratory
> University of California at Berkeley
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