BrailleSurf

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 by a speech synthesiser thanks to appropriate drivers. The text can also be presented on the screen according to the needs of partially sighted people.

A further important use of BrailleSurf 4 is to allow a fast review of the accessibility level of a website for visually impaired people.

BrailleSurf 4's technical principle is to analyse the source code of the HTML pages, in order to keep only the essential information and to design an optimal layout. The graphical objects are filtered and the page is rebuilt in a textual way.

The BrailleSurf 4 browser exists in English, French and Spanish and is compatible with Windows 95, 98, NT and 2000. It allows to drive different kinds of braille displays and speech synthesisers, through downloadable, optional drivers.

Click this link to visit the BrailleSurf website at http://www.snv.jussieu.fr/inova/bs4/uk.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

UPDATED! Oldies but Goodies: "Established" APH Products

Orbit Reader 20 Removed from APH Catalog