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Seeing AI is on your iPhone, but it does read computer screens in the Short Text mode, but I've never tried it with greeting cards.
The app is free and well worth your time anyway to check it out. It now has a handwriting mode where you take a picture of handwritten text and it does an amazing job of reading it. This is a first for OCR software, and it is FREE!
“The secret is not to make your music louder, but to make the world quieter.”
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Thank you, Bill. Does this app let you order cards online, or is it for the case where you are shopping at a store in person for cards?
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Sent: Monday, January 29, 2018 8:18 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS question about picking out greeting cards online with total blindness
Well Mike, I have heard there’s an app called “Seeing A I” which can read higly stylized text that other portable OCR software can’t. But I’ve not tested it independently. My Visual Impairment Services Team coordinator showed me how it works with her
iPhone and it picked up text that KNFB Reader didn’t. Hope this helps. Shalom, Bill Tessore
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On Jan 29, 2018, at 5:59 AM, Walker, Michael E <michael.e.walker3@...> wrote:
Hi, in the past, I have had sighted people help me with picking out greeting cards that have visual decorations. For those of you who are totally blind, how do you do it completely independently? I know there are sites like Greeting
Card Universe. I also know that how descriptive the card's decoration will be depends on the web designer. Is it best to do this independently, or would you still advise having a sighted person check the card I wanted, before ordering?