Saturday, June 28, 2008

System sends karaoke lyrics to Braille reader

A woman tests a braille pin device developed to help visually impaired people sing at karaoke.

Unable to see the lyrics on conventional karaoke machines, Rieko Nakayama was limited to the songs for which she already knew all the words. But now, new Japanese software sends song lyrics into a device so that people with visual impairments can sing along without falling behind. The Daily Yomiuri (Japan)

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