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Computer Interface To Help Deaf-Blind Community

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July 31, 1998
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Krista Caudill, a deaf and blind undergraduate researcher at the University of Delaware, is helping to design a portable computer that will "speak" as she types and will translate other people's speech into Braille.

Also Helps Researchers Understand How To Use Computers To Communicate


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