Dancing Dots founder Bill McCann joined faculty members from the music school of New York’s Lighthouse International this past weekend to give a workshop to teachers on how to integrate braille music and related technology from Dancing Dots into their education plans for blind music students. A reporter from the New York Daily News visited the Lighthouse to learn more.
You can read her article and check out a brief video produced by her videographer at the link below.
Special note to screen reader users:
To play the related video accessible from the Daily News page linked below, find the text that says: Braille Music Technology Pushes Blind Music Literacy Forward
And press down arrow. You will find a button that may be labeled as:
When you highlight that button, try pressing the ENTER key to start the video playing. You may first hear a brief commercial announcement.
Read the New York Daily News article “New computer programs Goodfeel and Lime Lighter help blind read, write music”.