Story: I as a blind or visually impaired student may want a tactile version of a SVG graphic
Just like we may want to provide auditory access to an an SVG graph, we may want to provide tactile or haptic access by printing an SVG with a tactile printer/embosser or 3D printer. Tactile or haptic versions of an SVG may not have the same level of information richness or decorative content as what's provided to a sighted person.
- It would be useful to select, which subset of the SVG features are needed for tactile and/or haptic access within the same SVG used for sighted students. This is a similar concept to media-queries for print stylesheets.
-  http://www.aph.org/edresearch/guides.htm
-  http://www.aph.org/training/yzhang/
-  http://www.perkins.org/resources/scout/education/geography/tactile-maps.html
- Always uses one of the predefined values PUBLISHERS-ALL, PUBLISHERS-STEM, USERS-ALL, USERS-A11Y, RETAILERS. New values will be added to this space as they are needed.
- Ranking will be done as a separate activity later. For now, leave this field as 'TBD'
- Optional, links to other entries in the corpus
- Relevant W3C group(s)/specification(s)
- Where the target WG/spec is obvious, specify it
- External relevant group(s)/specification(s)
- Where there are external groups/specifications that address on this problem in whole or part
- Any additional info (clarifications, etc)
- Submitted by
- name of author of the use case
- Always uses one of the values NEW | REJECTED | ACCEPTED