SM Music Reader app has been being the essential tool for more visually impaired people around the world, who are both studying and/or playing music. It supports to draw sheet music in print, read with screen readers, translate into Braille, access to about 20,000 free scores, built-in Guitar tuner and now with the metronome machine.
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- Updated on: 10/23/2021 - 09:36, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
- Updated on: 04/24/2020 - 20:46, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
With hope to open up equal opportunities in learning for the disadvantaged, promote positive role models and boost young’s people motivation to achieve success, Sao Mai Center is now calling for applications from all qualified candidates. To all individuals/organisations for the blind, please share this information to your friends and partners.
- Updated on: 04/16/2020 - 15:20, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
New interesting features and improvements in new release of Sao Mai Braille (SMB), a rich-text editor and Braille translation software for Windows, such as full speech output support, accessible math equation input, Braille music translation, new user interface and more.
- Updated on: 04/09/2020 - 16:19, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
Releasing new app named SM Braille Viewer to handle text translation, show the result on Braille display; and the update version of SM Music Reader with new feature of Braille music translation.
- Updated on: 06/03/2022 - 07:05, for the page: Sao Mai Soft
List of new features, changes, fixes and known issues of all releases of Sao Mai Braille (SMB).
- Updated on: 12/23/2019 - 17:37, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
We are happy to announce the release SM Music Reader update version 1.1.7 with new features: built in the Guitar Tuner, access to Sao Mai free online music sharing library, magnification options and many other existing features + app performance improvements. It is the first free music reading app for the blind on Android platform.
- Updated on: 12/06/2019 - 01:41, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
We just updated the SM Music Reader app for Android,1.0.3 version with the following improvements and new features:
- Updated on: 09/08/2020 - 17:38, for the page: Sao Mai Soft
A call to ask for help to localize Sao Mai's free applications for the blind into more languages. This would help more visually impaired people around the world to benefit from our useful software for their education, employment and daily living activities.
- Updated on: 12/03/2020 - 22:00, for the page: Sao Mai Soft
SM Music Reader is a free and fully accessible app for everyone to read scores written in MusicXML format. It supports drawing the score, playing and reading with screen reader like Voiceover, so both sighted and blind users can exchange the same score at the same time. The app is connected to Sao Mai online music library with thousands of MusicXML scores, and included some other useful tools such as guitar tuner, metronome and the optical music recognition (OMR).
- Updated on: 05/15/2019 - 17:34, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
Sao Mai is happy to announce the release of Android text-to-speech engine for Burmese language named SM Myanmar TTS.
At the end of 2018, we already released the Burmese TTS engine on Windows platform; and today, with the Android version, we hope to bring more equal opportunities for visually impaired people in Myanmar to access to education, employment and independently manage daily living activities.
For more info about the TTS engine, please visit: SM Myanmar TTS - Apps on Google Play.
- Updated on: 01/20/2019 - 08:34, for the page: Eyes by hands
Let's watch our episode #2 to know how a totally blind person maintaining his laptop by opening and replacing hardware parts.
- Updated on: 01/03/2019 - 21:03, for the page: Eyes by hands
Welcome to the first eposode of the Eyes off Hands on program produced by Sao Mai Center for the Blind. Let's explore how a blind person does the beadwork with Ms Dang Pham Diem Hong.
- Updated on: 06/27/2019 - 20:44, for the page: Tạp Chí
News about technology for the blind, the article section introduces new features in NVDA 2018.3, NVDA 2018.4, Jaws 2019, and some useful tips for improving Google search experience. The tips section shares on how to automatically check for, download, and install updates for NVDA add-ons. The Useful apps section introduces application in Windows, and Android OS.
- Updated on: 12/30/2018 - 13:11, for the page: Blog
- Wrritten by JACOB KLEINMAN
- Date: March 5, 2018
- Updated on: 12/30/2018 - 13:10, for the page: Blog
This will check, download, and install new add-ons for NVDA automatically.
- Updated on: 07/09/2020 - 21:18, for the page: Sao Mai Soft
The first Myanmar text-to-speech engine for Android and Windows platform, supporting Burmese, English and :Parli languages. It is implemented by the Sao Mai Center for the Blind, NHM Team, VNSpeak team and the Myanmar Assistive Technology Research and Development Center. Thanks for ICEVI, Overbrook School for the Blind and The Nippon Foundation for their initial financial support.
- Updated on: 12/17/2018 - 10:19, for the page: Blog
Highlights of this release include performance improvements in recent Mozilla Firefox versions, announcement of emojis with all synthesizers, reporting of replied/forwarded status in Outlook, reporting the distance of the cursor to the edge of a Microsoft Word page, and many bug fixes.
- Updated on: 12/06/2018 - 20:59, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
From 18 to 24 November 2018, Mr. Dang Hoai Phuc/Sao Mai's Executive Director and Mr. Phung Minh Tuan/Media Staff went on a trip to Mongolia to study and suggest plans for the MNFB's technology development programs.
- Updated on: 06/10/2019 - 13:45, for the page: Blog
Quick reviews on about new main features of Jaws 2019
- Updated on: 11/09/2018 - 13:10, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
Introducing two new software developed by Sao Mai: the Sao Mai Typing Tutor (SMTT) for both new computer learners/teachers to improve typing skills/manage students' keyboard learning activities; and the Sao Mai Braille (SMB), a rich-text editor + Braille translation program.
- Updated on: 06/10/2019 - 11:42, for the page: Blog
Highlights of this release include automatic detection of many Braille displays, support for new Windows 10 features including the Windows 10 Emoji input panel, and many other bug fixes.
- Updated on: 09/15/2018 - 21:40, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
Two new major features are: able to input and translate math equations into UEB standard and converting images into Braille tactile graphic.
- Updated on: 08/27/2019 - 17:54, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
Sao Mai Center has just completed a series of Sao Mai Braille (SMB) tutorial in video format. All these videos have been uploaded to our official YouTube channel.
- Updated on: 08/02/2018 - 21:58, for the page: Tin Sao Mai
From July 23-26, Sao Mai just hosted an advanced training on producing accessible EPUB3 and DAISY materials for 9 participants coming from different organizations for/of the blind based in HCM.
- Updated on: 06/10/2019 - 14:37, for the page: Tạp Chí
News about technology for the blind, the article section introduces the last part of the series called Settings for safe and optimal Windows, new features in NVDA 2018.2, and the guide for using Sao Mai Braille - new software developed by Sao Mai center for the blind. The tips section introduces an add-on for NVDA named speech history for reviewing and copying 100 most recent messages spoken by NVDA. App introduces are apps on Windows, Android and IOS.