A Method to implement DAISY Online Delivery Protocol
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Digital Accessible Information System format (DAISY) is designed for vision impaired users to access to electronic document. The purpose of this project is creating a reliable and free one-way audio link over the Internet to provide low-cost DAISY format transmission, which support vision impaired users to access and listen DAISY books as audio stream through the link. By connecting to this link, clients can save desired files on their own device as much as they listen and they do not have to download entire DAISY book. This paper describes a method to implement the protocol between user station premises and remote broadcasting library server contains DAISY books. The method explains audio signal streaming from one computer to another, by using free open source software.
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