The Intersections of therapy, technology with an emphasis on AAC, education and other random stuff..
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Image to text reader
I wanted to share with you all a Google extension which I stumbled upon recently. The extension is called Project Naptha. Project Naptha is a screen reader, which works in your Chrome Browser, regardless of computer platform. It is unique for two reasons.
1. It's free.
2. It is designed to convert any text image into digital text with an OCR converter, thus allowing your native screen reader to read the text to you.
I've found it to be immensely useful, however, the quality of the image does have a direct impact on how well the image inverts to text.
Posted by Tek-Ninja at 1:25 PM
Labels: comprehension, Google, OCR, Reading, screen reader
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