Archive for the ‘software’ Category

Dancing Dots Presentation

July 20, 2007

Bill McCann demonstrates products from Dancing Dots


T&T Consultancy Ltd to Deliver Presentation to the British Computer Association of the Blind Dureing Sight Village Plus

July 11, 2007


For the second consecutive year, T&T Consultancy Ltd are delighted to be delivering a presentation at the Annual General Meeting of the British Computer Association of the Blind. BCAB’s Sight Village Plus annual event allows its members to experience the huge variety of products being exhibited at the Sight village exhibition and, on the following day, take advantage of a themed presentation relating to a topical issue of benefit to technology enthusiasts and professionals who work with it.


In 2006, we presented a seminar concerning portable media devices, podcasting and blogs. This year, we take the challenge of delivering a presentation relating to the new Windows Vista operating system and Office 2007. We are delighted to be presenting a seminar to BCAB during this well-known annual event.

During the Friday morning, the presentation will include:

  • How Windows Vista differs from Windows XP. This is a substantial topic but will be presented to give people a very useful introduction to how to quickly get to grips with the new operating system and its advantages.
  • How effectively visually impaired people can access Windows Vista using screen-reading technology with JAWS for Windows, Window-Eyes, Hal and System Access.
  • Accessibility facilities built into the operating system which are of benefit to visually impaired people.
  • Vista Speech Recognition technology including reference to our J-Vist product.
  • An overview of Office 2007 including how one can make the transition from an earlier release of the product.