[BCAB] robobraille conversion

Joe Paton joe at vi-ability.demon.co.uk
Wed Jun 20 09:04:44 BST 2012


Hi Graham,

Robo Braille does the job to my satisfaction, and it's huge benefit 
is that it can be free, or you can choose to donate.  So it's big 
advantage is there's no three figure price tag.

Cheers,

Joe P


At 05:55 20/06/2012, you wrote:
>Hi all.
>
>
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>I have been playing with the RoboBraille service which can be used to
>convert images that have scanned text in them to OCR.  This is useful and I
>realise it can be performed by programs such as Kurzweil 1000, open book or
>even Omnipage and the like.
>
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>Has anyone compared RoboBraille with any of these commercial programs and if
>so which came out better?  The job done by RoboBraille is quite impressive
>but I don't yet have Kurzweil 1000 v13 so can't yet really give it a fair
>test.  I have been using scanned images of restaurant menus with no text and
>with robobraille most of the text seems to be there though sadly not all the
>prices are!
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>Regards
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>Graham
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