Android users who are blind and dyslexic can now use this application (app) to access DAISY digital Talking Books anywhere without having to carry along an additional single-purpose player.
What does DTB stand for?
DTB stands for Digital Talking Books (National Information Standards Organization)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 58 other meanings of DTB in our Acronym Attic
- Demarcq Travaux Bâtiment (French: Demarcq Building Works)
- Derek Trucks Band
- Destroyer Tactical Bulletin (US Navy)
- Deutsche Börse
- Deutsche Technikberatung (German: German Technical Advice)
- Deutsche Terminbörse (German)
- Deutscher Tennisbund (German Tennis Association)
- Deutscher Turnerbund (German Gymnasts Federation)
- Devin Townsend Band (band)
- Diagnostic Technique Bâtiment (French: Building Diagnostic Technique)
- Digitization of the Battlefield
- Dios Te Bendiga (Spanish: God bless you)
- Direct Television Broadcast
- Dirt Track Bandits (racing)
- Don't Text Back (cellphone slang)
- Donna the Buffalo (band)
- Door-to-Balloon (cardiology)
- Down the Backstretch (sports blog)
- Down the Bar (Brasenose College Oxford Slang, early 1990s)
- Down the Bayou
Samples in periodicals archive:
Using text to speech, DAISY Digital talking books meet reader requirements by providing a level of access that has never been possible before.
Book Port Plus, the newest handheld media player and recorder available from the American Printing House for the Blind (APH), is designed to allow users to read Digital Talking Books, play digital audio, read computer files, and make audio recordings.
The first steps toward the worldwide transition from analog to digital talking books were taken in Sweden in 1988, when the Swedish Library of Talking Books and Braille (TPB) initiated a project to develop a digital talking book.
It lists resources in braille, braille music, moon, audio and digital talking books, large print, tactile maps and diagrams, electronic text files, audio described videos, and other formats.