I'd like to make a web application that will enable teachers to create simple "books" with hot spots on each page. The hot spots might play a sound or do some other action like changing to another page. Really simple stuff.
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It's spring break and 50 days until Maze Day ! I'm thinking of a new musical game but I need help with the music . My hidden agenda is getting samples of the sounds children make when they are imitating music instruments. I'll use the samples as a training set for a system to allow spoken input of music but I need a fun activity to motivate kids to give me the samples.
These could be very useful for accessible games.
If we could get the audio sent to our own server we could build SamiSays in the browser.
Seems to me this service has great potential for kids with learning disabilities. Might enable a sort of skimming for blind people as well.
Browser-based time-independent games could make great ET projects.
On Friday we passed 2 million books read on Tar Heel Reader after 1000 days online! The nearly 15,000 books have been read in 150 countries and 15 languages. Read more and see a map on the site's blog .
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
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