[ubuntu-studio-devel] ubuntu studio accessibility

Jimmy Sjölund jimmy at sjolund.se
Sat Aug 10 21:59:18 UTC 2013

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 11:05 AM, Ralf Mardorf
<ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>wrote:

> Hi Jimmy,
> off-list I talked to a German member of Linux audio user mailing list
> about accessibility of synth that have a display, e.g. the differences
> between the DX7 and DX7 II. For the DX7 II it could be needed to read the
> display to know where you are when editing, for the DX7 it isn't needed.
> He tested "SayText" on an iPhone and I tested it on an iPad, to take a
> picture from the display and to read the text, but it failed even for me
> and I'm not visually impaired, excepted of dioptre value +1 for reading
> glasses and dyslexia [1], so I'm able to take a perfect photo from the
> display, optimized angle and lighting conditions.
> Do you know a way for blind people to read the displays of synth?
> Sorry no, it was too long ago I was up to speed with the technology in
that field.
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