Usability of Movement-To-Music Technology for Children With Physical Disabilities
We present results of a usability evaluation of an optical, non-contact interface to electronic music for children with physical disabilities. Usability data were collected via questionnaire and retrospective video review. Empirical usability data were organized within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) usability framework and were analyzed with data aggregation and inferential statistics. The technology was found to be significantly more usable among children with disabilities than among their able-bodied peers (p<0.05).