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Dr. Peter B.L. Meijer
Philips Research Laboratories
VLSI Design Automation & Test
Building WAY 41
Prof. Holstlaan 4
5656 AA Eindhoven
The Netherlands
The vOICe Learning Edition software for Windows 95, 98, and NT now includes a built-in graphing calculator for hearing mathematical function plots, with the x-axis represented by time, and with the y-axis represented by pitch.


Science Access Project Homepage
John Gardner, Director
Department of Physics
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-6507
Phone: 541-737-3278, FAX: 541-737-1683
The purpose of this group is to develop methods for making science, math, and engineering information accessible to people with print disabilities. These include: Tactile Display Methodologies, Audio/Visual Display Methodologies, Access to Object-Oriented Graphics, Research and Development of Major Software Utilizing Display-Independent Information and Multimodal Display, and Overview of Research and Development of New Hardware for Non-Visual Information Display.


T. V. Raman
Adobe Systems Incorporated
345 Park Avenue, San Jose CA 95110
Phone: 408-536-3945 (Work), 650-969-7026 (Home)
Inventor of AsTeR - Audio System For Technical Readings - a computing system that produces audio documents from electronic documents. It is especially adept at handling technical documents with complex content - math.

Source: Susan A. Osterhaus, Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students Home Page, Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Austin, Texas.