A braille library for Python
braille - 1st Place winner at HarkerHacks 2018
A Python module that supports conversion between text, image, speech, and braille for developers.
In the world, 36 million people are blind, and I wanted to create a project that would make blind people's life easier. I was searching for a Python library to assist braille technology, but I found nothing. So, I decided to create my own library to assist developers create projects that integrates braille technology.
What it does
With this library, developers can simply install and import this library and perform conversions between text, image, speech, and braille.
Make a project directory
$ mkdir YOUR_PROJECT_DIRECTORY
Install the library from GitHub
git clone https://www.github.com/AaditT/braille
Make sure you work within this directory. Your importation of the braille library may not work if this installation occurs in any other folder
Download braille.py to a directory and create your project within this directory
To convert text to braille:
To convert text to speech:
To convert image to text:
To convert image to speech:
To convert image to braille:
To convert a braille array to text:
To convert a braille array to speech (array implementation):
To convert a braille array to speech (image implementation):
To convert braille images (from here):
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