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Picture Books Come
to Life for Blind/VI Kids

WEIGHTS
One Blind Man's Journey


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ED/OSEP-funded Television Access Project





Accessible Media Development

Bridge Multimedia designs, develops, and produces universally accessible media for educational, entertainment, commercial and government applications. We offer complete accessible media fulfillment, from consultancy to production. This development process includes:

  1. ASSESSMENT: A thorough evaluation of existing content, delivery systems, and technology reviewed from a broad cross-disability perspective. Our services include assessment and creation of:
  • Accessible versions of print and web documents
  • Audio and video description
  • Audio/video production
  • Recording narration for video, Internet, DVD, CD-ROM applications
  1. RECONFIGURATION: A complete strategy and timetable for the conversion of your material into a universally accessible format.

Print documents can be made accessible in various manners including:

  • Converting print documents into audio format
  • Making print documents screen reader compatible
  • Converting print documents into the universally accessible DAISY1 format.
  1. PRODUCTION: If necessary we can create new content or upgrade existing material so that it is compliant with federal 508 regulations.

Our production studios feature:

  • Pro Tools® digital systems
  • Eight voice-recording/editing suites
  • A highly qualified engineer assigned to each suite

Bridge Multimedia offers state-of-the-art- technical services, thorough fluency with current and pending legislation and standards, and extensive experience integrating the cross-disability objectives of the mobility impaired, deaf/hearing impaired, print disabled, learning impaired, and low literacy populations.

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1 DAISY stands for Digital Accessible Information Systems. It is a new worldwide e-book file standard. DAISY offers a broad range of accessibility features, including: scaleable text that is fully synchronized with a digital audio track, and a search function giving the user instant access to any section of the electronic document. The DAISY standard also features simultaneous audio/visual playback, captioning, audio description, and electronic playback of digital video, when appropriate.

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