Re: The next evolution of NVDA?
Daniel Wolak <danielwolak97@...>
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The plugin that is being referred to is I believe Sibiac (Single Image Blob Interface Accessible Control).
Here's a link to the website containing more information:
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Joseph Lee
Sent: May 18, 2020 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] The next evolution of NVDA?
We need the name of the plugin please. Besides that, all we can say is that the wheel has begun to spin.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Luke Robinett
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2020 3:01 PM
Subject: [nvda] The next evolution of NVDA?
As a home recording enthusiast, I use various types of music production software in conjunction with NVDA. There’s a very interesting NVDA plug-in that basically grants users access to graphical interfaces that are otherwise completely inaccessible. you run into a lot of these types of apps in the music world, such as various software instruments and effects plugins. anyway, I don’t quite understand how it does it’s magic but basically it uses optical character recognition to figure out what’s on the interface and you can then navigate its various controls like any other app. I do believe it requires specific templates to be developed for whatever software you are using it with. I’m just wondering, it seems like this type of approach could signal the next evolution of screen reader technology. Imagine if a screen reader could use artificial intelligence and machine learning along with existing strategies to grant us access to basically any interface, whether or not it followed accessibility standards. I wonder if such a thing will be possible in the near future outside of these very specific use cases like I described. Interesting food for thought.