Computer documentation provided in electronic varieties can be enlarged on the display screen and/or learn aloud with speech synthesis systems to make it accessible. Speech enter offers an alternative choice for people with disabilities. Speech recognition techniques enable customers to regulate computer systems by speaking phrases and letters. Some technology assists individuals with little or no use of their palms in using a standard keyboard. Individuals who’ve use of one finger, or have access to a mouth- or head-stick or another pointing system, can management the computer by pressing keys with the pointing gadget. Software utilities can create “sticky keys” that electronically latch the SHIFT, CONTROL, and other keys to allow sequential keystrokes to input commands that normally require two or extra keys to be pressed concurrently. The key repeat perform can be disabled for many who can’t launch a key rapidly sufficient to keep away from multiple alternatives.
Painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell was renowned for capturing the essence of American life in his paintings and magazine cover illustrations over a span of six decades.
What if he were alive and active today?
Montclair Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Fragile Freedoms: Maggie Meiners Revisits Rockwell,” features 18 photographs that “reinterpret and update” the legendary artist’s classic images of mid-century America culture. The show will open on Sunday, Feb. 7, and run through June 13 at the museum’s 3 S. Mountain Ave. location.
Photo artist Maggie Meiners was inspired by a 2010 visit with her family to the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. There she noticed that Rockwell’s paintings “were really sparking conversations among visitors.” The Winnetka, Illinois-based photographer decided to recreate some of Rockwell’s classic paintings with the hope that “these images will be a platform for people to use for discussion, to expand dialogue while connecting people