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A free and open source screen reader (written in python) for the MS Windows operating system. NonVisual Desktop Access was started because of the need for a free open-source non-visual access solution for windows. Written entirely in python, NVDA is a functional screen reader that allows you ... [More]
This project only hosts some of the code of a future real project about a Braille Printer. The whole work will be open sourced. We are currently working in the firmware and driver source that is currently pointing to Linux platforms but may be expanded to work on Windows systems too. The target of ... [More]
BRLTTY is a background process (daemon) which provides access to the Linux/Unix console (when in text mode) for a blind person using a refreshable braille display. It drives the braille display, and provides complete screen review functionality. Some speech capability has also been incorporated.
A set of drivers for special Braille hardware on Google Android, and Openmoko as well as a screen reader baseed on eSpeak/Cepstral for Google Android, Openmoko and any other device using the X interface, making these devices accessible. Slimvoice provides the equiptment listed above with the ... [More]
This project is an efort to improove access to digital braille material for portuguese braille users. In an initial phase we want to improove portuguese braille support to existing braille software, such as liblouis and brltty. This way, portuguese braille users of screen readers like NVDA our orca ... [More]
NAT is a free universal Braille translator. It supports French Braille grade 1, mathematical Braille, Braille layout and reverse transcription. French Braille grade 2, music and other languages are currently under development.
BMML it's a XML encoding for the Braille Music notation. It was developed by the Contrapunctus project and released as open source at the end. Together with the BMML definition a set of libraries has been produced. The libraries are written in Python and can be freely used to produce both ... [More]
BrailleSurf 4 is an Internet browser for visually impaired users, which allows a simplified reading of the information available on the Web. BrailleSurf 4 shows this information in a text form. This information can then be displayed on a braille bar, or it can be spoken out by a speech synthesiser ... [More]
Projeto mantido pela Fábrica de Software da Fatec-PG. O objetivo é criar um simulador de teclado braille com interface de entrada para utilização de aplicativos para computador.