Audiodescription, Audioguides And Spoken Books

This is a technique of telling about the picture, a verbal description of visuals. It is a guide showing the appearance of the characters, their gestures, facial expressions, course and place of action, time of the day and many other things relevant to the content of the film. Audio description is the only option that allows the blind to receive any visual content. It is a guide showing the appearance of the characters, their gestures, facial expressions, course and place of action, time of day and many other things relevant to the content of the film.

We deal with the preparating such descriptions and equip the libraries, museums, cinemas and other public places willing to share their resources with the blind.

audiodeskrypcja

We also offer Audioguides, the solution for the blind visiting the public places. Milestone in scoring has been reached - audiodescription of exhibits, information boards, elements that in an institutions such as a museum, gallery, zoo, or the office should be accessible to blind and partially blind.

We adapt publications to Daisy format. This system is the only internationally recognized format to share books for the blind and partially blind. This system allows you to search the table of contents and the selection of any part of the publication. Its primary feature is to ease the navigation and get an quick access to any part. It is invaluable in science, provides a comparison of spelling with pronunciation.

Daisy format along with Braille system and a screen can be used to correct the spelling. Thanks to the combination of sound and text, a blind child can actively participate in the classes. Daisy format allows you to navigate between chapters, pages or paragraphs of the publication. We also create professional audiobook recordings.

Książka mówiona dla niewidomych, Daisy

We also do the scoring of medical leaflets. According to the pharmaceutical law, medical leaflets content must be accessible to the blind. Not all visually impaired people know the Braille system, so we create an audio version of the leaflets. All recordings that we produce are always tested by blind.

We create other audio information. Thay serve supplementing data available for the blind by touch.