Software expands computer accessibility for those who cannot see

09/2/2009 | Vancouver Courier (British Columbia), The

A recently introduced software program analyzes the contents of computer screens and reads relevant content aloud, facilitating computer use for people who cannot see. Users say portability is the advantage of System Access Mobile, which was developed by U.S. company Serotek. The program can be installed from a USB memory stick. "Back in the day, we were really limited to what computers we could use," said a Canadian student who cannot see and uses the program.

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