Voice synthesizer for blind and visual impaired person

Gilles Casse gcasse at oralux.org
Wed Mar 28 06:09:15 CEST 2007

Le mercredi 28 mars 2007 à 10:35 +1200, Robin Paulson a écrit :
> as coincidence would have it BBC Radio 4 had a piece today about
> mobile phones for the blind, and the consesus was that a talking phone
> would drive a partially sighted user mad within a few minutes.

> On 3/28/07, Gilles Casse <gcasse at oralux.org> wrote:
> > As a note, a talking mobile, offering eyes-free applications can
> > probably interest visually impaired or sighted persons.

The user interface might match the user profile, this is ok.
Besides this, a wearable device, facilitating access to information,
could be used during distinct activities: when the user is driving,
walking, gardening,... Speech can enrich the user experience, or be the
best media according to the circumstance.


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