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  • SAS technology enables blind to ‘visualize’ graphs

    Ed Summers, senior manager of accessibility and applied assistive technology at SAS, discusses a new technology at SAS that allows the blind and visually impaired to understand graphs and charts using text descriptions, tables and sound.

SAS technology enables blind to ‘visualize’ graphs

Ed Summers, senior manager of accessibility and applied assistive technology at SAS, discusses a new technology at SAS that allows the blind and visually impaired to understand graphs and charts using text descriptions, tables and sound.
Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com