CBT would like to feature a documentary from Everett Elam, a Braille instructor at World Services for the Blind in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Microsoft has finally done it! They’ve allowed you to install Windows with speech as soon as you boot up the Windows 10 DVD or USB stick. This is supposed to come out in April, but I’m playing around with Insider Preview build 15002, and, for the most part, it works! Here is what I call my quick-and-dirty demonstration of installing Windows 10 on my Acer laptop. This was done on January 22, But, I think it’ll give you a glimpse of what it can be like to install Windows 10 with speech.
This is done using a set of adhesive labels that the user can adhere on anything. Then, using the app, they record a voice message that will be played anytime the user points their mobile device to the label. The Mobile App plays the recorded voice of the object you associated with the label. The labels can be re-recorded anytime with an unlimited number of messages.
Accessibility of the new native instruments kontakt 5.6.1. and native keys pro software working together. part 1 main features. On this episode we are going to demonstrate how the sampler Native Instruments kontakt 5.6.1 works in a joint with Native Keys pro. With Native Keys pro, visually impaired users can gain access to virtual instruments, and effects in VST and DX formats. Such instruments include: Native Instruments Kontakt5 , Spectrasonic Omnisphere, Spectrasonic Stilus, Toontrack Superior Drummer, Sylenth, Reveal Sound Spire, Serum , and many others! To find more about the project and get a list of supported plug-ins, visit the website https://www.nativekeys.mostinfo.ru/en/ We, the developers, Victor Gorelov and Vadim Lukyanchuk. If you want to test the waters with Native Keys pro and all supported plugins, please, contact us via Skype: Victor Gorelov magicsquareproject Vadim Lukyanchuk vlook1986 Please, forward your questions and queries to NativeKeys@yandex.ru
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Nostalgic for a simpler time? Then take advantage of those crisp high-resolution fonts to relive the glory days of the Great Underground Empire, or play any of hundreds of great works from the Interactive Fiction archive. Frotz lets you play free works of Interactive Fiction (a.k.a. text adventure games) on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. Frotz plays titles written in the Z-Machine format. This format was invented by Infocom and was used to produce classic text adventures from the 80s such as the Zork Trilogy, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and Trinity. In the past decade, text adventures have experienced a renaissance due to the efforts of a diverse Internet community of talented interactive fiction writers and fans. Many of these games are written using the same engine that powered Infocom’s titles, thanks to the Inform compiler and authoring system created by Graham Nelson.
KNFB Reader is on sale this holiday season for $74.99, 25% off the regular price. This sale price is valid from December 21, 2015, through January 4, 2016.
The KNFB Reader is a mobile app that converts printed text into high quality speech to provide accurate, fast, and efficient access to both single- and multiple-page documents with the tap of a button. Make the print yours and live the life you want!
Visit www.nfb.org/knfbreader to learn how to give the gift of print through KNFB Reader this holiday season.
NVDA, which stands for Non Visual Desktop Access, is a free, open source and (in my opinion) a community driven screen reader for the Microsoft Windows platform. Steadily popularizing in the visually impaired community, it is actively developed by a global community of contributor, and shaped to remain in compliance with user feedback and compatible with rapidly changing technology.