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Chat application for the deaf-blind?

From: Lars Ballieu Christensen <lbc@sensus.dk>
Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2011 21:28:10 +0100
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Dear all,


On behalf of the Danish Association for the Deaf-Blind, I am conducting a
brief study of chat applications that are usable by deaf-blind Braille
readers and that could also be used for speech-to-text interpretation for
the deaf-blind. 


I am especially interested in learning about solutions that support two
cursors, one for that follows the text input (by the interpreter) and the
other that follows the reading position of the deaf-blind user.


I am interested in both tailor-made solutions and solutions made up from
standard components (i.e., a standard screen reader, a standard char
application, a bit of configuration).


All help is greatly appreciated.


Kind regards




Lars Ballieu Christensen 
Rådgiver/Adviser, Sensus ApS

Specialister i tilgængelighed/Accessibility Consultants 
Tel: +45 48 22 10 03 – Mobil: +45 40 32 68 23 - Skype: Ballieu
Mail: lbc@sensus.dk – Web: www.sensus.dk <http://www.sensus.dk/>  &
www.robobraille.org <http://www.robobraille.org/>  


Vi arbejder for et tilgængeligt og rummeligt informationssamfund

Working for an accessible and inclusive information society

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