CSUN 2012: Make Information Accessible for Everyone
21st Feb, 2012
It is easy for organisations to meet their legal obligation to deliver reading materials for people who are: blind, low vision or dyslexic. Dolphin EasyConverter produces high quality: Large Print, MP3 audio, DAISY talking books and Braille from a single piece of software with minimal training or experience.
Discover what Dolphin EasyConverter can do for your organisation at the 27th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel, San Diego, CA between February 27 and March 3 2012.
Meet EasyConverter in this 5-minute video introduction:
To see how to use EasyConverter to provide materials in alternative formats attend:
Creating Alternative Media Documents from PDF
Session ID: BLV-014
When: Thursday, March 1, 2012 - 4:20 PM PST
Where: Betsy AB, 2nd Floor.
Author: William Manifold, Internal Revenue Service, Alternative Media Centre
For more information visit the CSUN website.
Computing Made Easy
Know someone who has never used a computer and losing their sight? Bring them along to meet Dolphin at CSUN 2012 to try Dolphin Guide & soon they will be:
- Emailing friends and family
- Scanning and reading printed documents.
- Surfing the web and listening to podcasts.
- Having fun with: chat, games, reading books from NLS and much more!
Dolphin Guide provides step-by-step choices that guide you through to guaranteed computer success.
SuperNova Access to Windows
Crystal clear magnification (even in Internet Explorer 9), high quality human-sounding voices plus multilingual refreshable Braille output and input to mainstream applications make SuperNova the ultimate integrated access solution for people with vision impairments.
SuperNova includes multiple monitor support designed for: multitasking, collaborating, training or presentations. The Dolphin Cursor is available for reviewing web pages from the keyboard. Plus, SuperNova Launch Pad (CAPS+F10) offers convenient access to a selection of: Radio Stations, Podcasts, RSS news feeds, dictionary lookup, walking directions and local weather.
Meet SuperNova in this 5-minute video:
The Dolphin team can be found at CSUN 2012 in the Douglas Pavilion exhibition area booths 311 and 410. Try Dolphin's range of software for: producing alternative formats, screen magnification and screen reading.
The California State University International Conference on Assistive Technology and Persons with Disabilities provides an inclusive setting for researchers, practitioners, exhibitors, end users, speakers and other participants to share knowledge and best practices in the field of assistive technology.
Dolphin Computer Access delivers independence by developing and distributing a range of software products for people who are: blind, low vision or Dyslexic.
Contact: Jeff Bazer +1-866-797-5921