• Computer Science
  • Published 2000

What's new in talking books?

@inproceedings{Coombs2000WhatsNI,
  title={What's new in talking books?},
  author={Nichola Coombs},
  year={2000}
}
Talking books is a term long used to refer to recorded 1 books for people with disabilities. Digital information is display-independent which makes its uses more flexible. On the monitor, the text can be made almost any size. Special software can also take the information on the screen and speak it through a synthesizer. Digitized audio is now being considered for modern talking books. While people who are blind are so grateful for access to information that they patiently learn to listen to… CONTINUE READING

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