Speakeasy Media System
The SpeakEasy Media System is a computer-based voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. Using audio menus and minimal keyboard commands, users may navigate to different features of the system. Features include: Scan & Read (works like a traditional reading machine); news article browsing; web searches; a talking reference section with dictionary, thesaurus, and encyclopedia; e-mail; audio books, including a Daisy book reader, audio bo
The OrthoMouse is an ergonomic mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive strain injuries (RSI) of the hand. This mouse has an asymmetrical, semi-spherical shape that obligates the hand to work and rest in the Position of Function, in which all the musculoskeletal components of the fingers, hand, wrist and forearm exist in complete equilibrium. Extensive and repetitive work or periods of immobilization (rest/inactivity) are conducted in a position that
Around Phone - 100% Voice Activated
Around Phone is a voice-activated telephone allowing the elderly, the visually impaired, and those with limited mobility to communicate by phone using vocal commands and engage in a vocal conversation, as well as receive calls by vocal command with caller identification. The product contains indicator lights and voice for each action. Around Phone can receive vocal commands from as far away as five meters. With a wireless receiver, the device allows accessibility to the voice system from anywher
E-Talk 8400 AAC Device with Cradle
The E-Talk 8400 AAC Device with Cradle is an augmentative and alternative communication device designed for individuals with special communication needs. This device offers an 8.4 inch poly-silicon (LTPS) touch screen, which offers brilliant colors in a 800 x 600 pixel resolution that can be viewed with clarity in both indoor and outdoor environments. It is a is a direct selection communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities.