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 45<h2 id="sec-1">1 Android Eyes-Free Video Demos</h2>
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 50This directory contains descriptions of videos demonstrating the
 51use of the various applications that make up Project Eyes-Free
 52for Android. For each video found on channel <a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/EyesFreeAndroid"> EyesFreeAndroid</a> on
 53YouTube,  there is an accompanying text file that is the script
 54used to prepare the video &mdash; these also make up high-quality
 55text transcripts for those not able to listen to the audio. Users
 56wishing to appreciate these videos without looking at the screen
 57can rest assured that the audio content, in conjunction with the
 58text scripts together ensure that one misses nothing substantive
 59by not viewing the visual component.
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 65<a href="./01-intro.html">Introduction</a> Gives a high-level overview of Project
 66Eyes-Free and its goal of turning Android into an  eyes-free
 67communication device supporting one-handed, single-touch interaction.
 68</li>
 69<li>
 70<a href="./02-strokes.html">Stroke Dialing</a> Demonstrates the stroke dialer, a key
 71component of eyes-free interaction on Android. It differs
 72from traditional on-screen keyboards in that it uses
 73<i>relative positioning</i> rather than <i>absolute positioning</i>
 74&mdash; this enables eyes-free use. This dialing technique is
 75used across a wide variety of applications.
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 78<a href="./03-phone.html">Talking Dialer </a> Demonstrates using Android as
 79a   communication  device for fluent, eyes-free
 80interaction. Concludes with a teaser &mdash; talking phonebook.
 81</li>
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 83<a href="./04-phonebook.html">Talking Phonebook</a> Demonstrates how we use strokes for rapid
 84access to contacts in the phone book.
 85</li>
 86<li>
 87<a href="./05-eyes-free-home.html">Eyes-Free Shell</a> Demonstrates the <i>Home</i> screen  that
 88supports eyes-free access to oft-used tasks. Uses stroke
 89dialer for rapid access.
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 93<p>This video  also Demonstrates useful talking
 94mini-applications that provide single-touch access to
 95useful information.
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 97<li>
 98 <a href="./06-marvin-access.html">Marvin And Accessibility</a> connects the dots while giving a
 99first glimpse at the new Android Access tools in Android
1001.6. Discusses how eyes-free applications from Marvin work
101hand-in-hand with a built-in screenreader to provide
102efficient eyes-free interaction.
103</li>
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105<a href="./07-accessible.html">Introducing Android Access</a> briefly reviews the newly
106introduced accessibility framework and describes what this
107means for end-users and developers.
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110   <a href="./08-talkback.html">TalkBack</a>  demonstrates using the TalkBack screenreader
111&mdash; an Open Source tool that runs in the background to turn
112native Android applications into talking applications.
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124<div id="postamble"><p class="author"> Author: T.V Raman
125<a href="mailto:raman@google.com">&lt;raman@google.com&gt;</a>
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