If we could get the audio sent to our own server we could build SamiSays in the browser.
Posts with tag: blind
Seems to me this service has great potential for kids with learning disabilities. Might enable a sort of skimming for blind people as well.
I've been talking with Diane and Anish about ideas for simple sound games that will help children who are blind learn to navigate. I'm writing these notes to help us get on the same page in our understanding about what would be helpful and what might be possible. Of course, much more could be done with the amazing technology Anish has in hand but I'm thinking very simply here to hopefully enable implementation in the web browser so anyone can play online.
I think I see how to make the
This year Maze Day will be 28 April 2011 from 9 till 2 in Sitterson Hall on the UNC Chapel Hill Campus.
Ideas for browser-based games using spatial sound for children who are visually impaired.
Statial ("3D") sound greatly enhances games for children who are visually impaired but the audio node in HTML5 doesn't even support panning left and right much less the time delay and filtering of true spatial audio. This post describes a python script I hacked to transform sound files so that they appear to originate from points surrounding the listener.
Maze Day is for visually impaired and blind students in grades K-12, their parents and teachers. Your students will enjoy fun and educational computer applications developed especially for them. UNC students will learn how well their accessible applications work with real users. And everyone will have a good time!We plan to have a wide variety of accessible fun, educational, and exercise activities including: (preliminary)
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