Why Aural rendering of documents is necessary

Aural rendering of documents is mainly used by the visually impaired. Some of the situations in which a document can be accessed by means of aural rendering rather than visual rendering are the following.

  • Learning to read
  • Training
  • Web access in vehicles
  • Home entertainment
  • Industrial documentation
  • Medical documentation

When using aural properties, the canvas consists of a three-dimensional physical space (sound surrounds) and a temporal space (one may specify sounds before, during, and after other sounds).

Updated on: 20-Jun-2020


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