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I'm trying to gain a little more information about  voice recognition
software for blind computer users.  I know about the coding needing for
translating web sites into Braille accessibility, but haven't seen anything
about voice recognition and text reading.  Does anyone know companies that
make voice recognition software that will also "read" text?  I'm looking at
evaluating how users can interact with web sites using vocal commands and
how the information gets translated back to the user.

Please reply to me off-list and I can put together a summary to post online.

Thanks,
Randy Bickham
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Randy Bickham
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Usability Specialist
J.R. Simplot Company
http://www.simplot.com

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