Accessibility - The Linux Foundation
- The Open Accessibility Group functions within the Linux Foundation to establish free and open standards that enable comprehensive universal access to various computing platforms, applications, and services.
Inference Group: Dasher Project: Home
- A data entry interface incorporating language modelling and driven by continuous two-dimensional gestures, e.g. a mouse, a stylus, or eye-tracker. Intended for people with disabilities, but useful to a wider audience.
KDE Accessibility Project
- The goal of this project is to ensure that the KDE desktop is accessible to all users, including those with disabilities; includes the KTTS project, the Text-to-Speech System.
- A free, open source, and scriptable screen reader for people with visual impairments. It uses various combinations of speech, braille, and magnification to provide access to applications and toolkits that support the GNOME desktop. This application is the successor to Gnopernicus Assistive Technology. Also available in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. Latest release is 2.29, 2010-01-11.
The GNOME Accessibility Project
- A suite of software services and support in GNOME that allows people with disabilities to utilize all of the functionality of the GNOME user environment.
The MBROLA Project Homepage
- The goal of this project is to collect a set of speech synthesizers for as many languages as possible, and provide them free for non-commercial and non-military applications.
Vinux - Linux for the Visually Impaired
- Vinux is a remastered version of Ubuntu optimized for the needs of blind and partially sighted users. It provides three screen readers, two full-screen magnifiers, global font-size and colour changing facilities, and out-of-the-box support for USB Braille displays.
VoxForge - Free Speech... Recognition
- The purpose of this site is to collect transcribed speech for use with free and open source speech recognition engines on Linux. Downloads are available in 10 languages.