Sao Mai is happy to announce the release of Android text-to-speech engine for Burmese language named SM Myanmar TTS. At the end of 2018, we already released the Burmese TTS engine on Windows platform; and today, with the Android version, we hope to bring more equal opportunities for visually impaired people in Myanmar to access to education, employment and independently manage daily living activities. For more info about the TTS engine, please visit: SM Myanmar TTS - Apps on Google Play.
From 18 to 24 November 2018, Mr. Dang Hoai Phuc/Sao Mai's Executive Director and Mr. Phung Minh Tuan/Media Staff went on a trip to Mongolia to study and suggest plans for the MNFB's technology development programs.
Introducing two new software developed by Sao Mai: the Sao Mai Typing Tutor (SMTT) for both new computer learners/teachers to improve typing skills/manage students' keyboard learning activities; and the Sao Mai Braille (SMB), a rich-text editor + Braille translation program.
Two new major features are: able to input and translate math equations into UEB standard and converting images into Braille tactile graphic.
Sao Mai Center has just completed a series of Sao Mai Braille (SMB) tutorial in video format. All these videos have been uploaded to our official YouTube channel.
From July 23-26, Sao Mai just hosted an advanced training on producing accessible EPUB3 and DAISY materials for 9 participants coming from different organizations for/of the blind based in HCM.
SMTT is a software product running on Windows platform, developed with the main objective to help computer beginners explore, learn and improve typing skills. SMTT also serves as a useful tool for trainers in their training activities.
Communication plays an important role in our lives. It is the bridge between people. It connects individuals to create a civilized and developed society. However, to have a perfect communication process, each person should have certain skills.
Sao Mai Typing Tutor (SMTT) is an application developed by Sao Mai Center for the Blind. The main objective of this application is to help all computer beginners explore, learn and improve typing skills. In addition, we hope this will also bring one more useful tool for trainers to support their training activities.
Summary of new features and fixes in TalkBack 6.1, copied from the e-mail sent by Victor Tsaran, from the Talkback team
CLC MATA Talking Dictionary is a free speech dictionary program, run on Windows, developed by Thien An shelter, support for 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows 7 or later.