KeyClicker is an on-screen keyboard for people with disabilities such as dyslexia that includes a speech synthesizer and two types of prediction. The dimensions of the keys can vary, and it is possible for the user to insert their own letters, words, sounds, and images.
- To write a word, the user clicks on the letters that appear on the screen, on the virtual keyboard, and they will be copied into any Windows program, making it possible to write documents and emails.
- During the writing, it is possible to activate the vocal synthesizer to guide phonetically in the composition of the word.
- An intelligent letter prediction invites attention to be focused on a limited area of the screen.
- It is a computer aid aimed at those who already use the traditional mouse, but not the keyboard.
- KeyClicker is an open program, suitable for educational, educational and rehabilitative activities because thanks to a simple interface it becomes easy to create different worksheets and exercises to be proposed to the disabled.
- A speech synthesizer, also useful for dyslexia.
- A prediction system that speeds up writing.
- Symbolic keyboards for alternative augmentative communication (CAA).
- Keyboard design software to customize them.
Options & Accessories:
- KeyClickerTAB: symbolic and alphabetical communicator installed on a tablet PC.