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UNESCO supports development of screen reader for visually handicapped students

21-03-2007 (Moscow)
UNESCO supports development of screen reader for visually handicapped students
CD-ROM Sakrament LibReader
© UNESCO Moscow Office
A UNESCO supported software to convert text to speech in Belarusian, Russian and English is now freely available for visually handicapped students.
The development of the software entitled Sakrament LibReader is particularly targeted towards educational and cultural purposes.

The software provides the possibility to select any text to be red by a PC-based voice-system using Sakrament LibReader that converts texts to speech using the speech synthesis system Sakrament TTS (text-to-speech) Engine 3.0 including two Russian voices, two English voices and one Belarusian voice. The software package Sakrament LibReader supports RTF and TXT text formats.
UNESCO supports development of screen reader for visually handicapped students Cover of the CD-ROM Sakrament LibReader
© UNESCO Moscow Office
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      · Belarus
      · Information Processing Tools: News Archives 2007
      · People with disabilities and ICT: News Archives 2007
      · Russian Federation: News Archives 2007
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