Dr. Tony Stockman, of Queen Mary, University of London, writes an initial introduction to the three main audio programming languages that are currently accessible to blind and visually impaired programmers.
Dr. Tony Stockman is a Senior Lecturer and researcher with the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) and the Cognitive Science research group at Queen Mary University of London. He has over 100 journal and conference publications on Interaction Design and Auditory Displays. He is an expert in Assistive Technology for visually impaired people, with particular specialisms in Data Sonification and the use of audio and haptics to improve accessibility. Tony is a keen amateur guitarist and is interested in song writing and recording.