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The Next Generation Technologies company logo, which features the words "Nex Gen" in bold, white and black font against a bright green background. Underneath are the words "Next Generation Technologies, Inc." in smaller, white font.

Interface program that allows the coordinated use of the JAWS for Windows screen reader program and the Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition program by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Screenshot of summarization feature menu showing menu options across the top and instructions on how to summarize below.

Is a voice output reading, writing, and studying tool that can be used by individuals who are blind or have low vision or learning disabilities. It will read the many literature titles now available in electronic format (“E-Books or E-Text”) and documents in Standard Text, Microsoft Word, RTF (“Rich Text Format”), HTML, and DAISY formats. 

A small, black smartphone with a number of dialpad that is shown magnified on the screen. A user is dialing the number "2." 

Audible screen navigation, voice output dialing and screen reader program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This application (or app) turns an Android device into an eyes-free communication device and provides one-touch access to applications and mini-apps built into Eyes-Free Shell.

 A laptop computer with large, high-contrast text displayed across the full width of the screen. Use the keyboard arrow buttons to navigate up and down across the screen. This computer comes with a flat-bed scanner, headphones, and a small MP3 player.

The LapTalk Computer for visually impaired is the most intuitive computer for the blind available. The LapTalk empowers visually impaired users to instantly “get online” with no training required! Plug it in, and you’re ready to go.

Large, horizontal display screen with white background and ZoomText written across the center. Software box on left of display.

A fully integrated magnification and reading program tailored for low-vision users. 

Large display monitor with a platform base underneath for placing documents and materials to magnify. The screen is displaying a zoomed-in view of a magazine.

High Definition desktop video magnifier with adjustable contrast, color modes, and reading lines. 

Claro ScanPen App Logo. It features a graphics-style logo with a red and blue background. The logo itself is an illustrated of a page with printed text, and a green magnifying tool "zooming in" on a section. Within the green magnification circle, a hand-style mouse icon is pointing to a line of text, which is highlighted in green. Beneath the logo, the word "claro" is printed in white, sans-serif font.

Use to photo your printed text document, letter, test paper – then select the text with your finger (or stylus), and hear it spoken straight back to you.

ClaroPDF logo: a red square with a white PDF illustration and the word "claro" written in white with a blue background fill at the bottom of the square.

ClaroPDF is an accessible, reading and study PDF tool that allows you to annotate, mark up, save, and read aloud PDF files which are then still fully compatible with Adobe Reader and other popular PDF apps.

iReader scanning device with rectangular platform for objects to be scanned and an arm with a camera extended from the base up above. The controls are located along the front side of the base.

The i-Reader can read documents in the following languages: Dutch, Flemish, English, Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Danish, German, French, Polish and Russian.

Herbi Speaks desktop shortcut icon in the form of a smiling cartoon image of a green and white dragon.

A free text-to-speech Windows app that when the user clicks on the text shown on the screen the computer will speak the text.