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  • Jul 18, 2011
  • 11:20 PM

Visually-impaired can now learn in regional languages

Reetika Subramaniam / Hindustan Times
Sponsored by the Centre’s department of Information Technology, TTS is a screen-reading software application that identifies and interprets Indian language text being displayed on the screen. Unlike former screen-reading software such as Jobs Access With Speech (JAWS) that only reads English text on the screen, TTS can read Marathi, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Bengali.

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