User selects colors from pallet

Accommodations that allow the selection of text and background colors individually from a set of available colors.

A medium-sized device with an LCD screen, attached to a kickstand with space beneath the screen for placing documents to magnify them. The device and stand are black.

High-definition video magnifier that features live zoom and pan with an auto-focus magnifying camera.

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. 

Screenshot of color corrections in options.

The color correction setting enables an Android device to compensate for color blindness.

Color Detector logo

This app is designed to recognize colors using your mobile phone. 

File information screen.

The VIP-Reader has various functions to make PDF documents accessible to visually impaired users as well as to elderly persons or those with cognitive deficits.

On-screen keyboard and target window.

An on-screen keyboard providing people with physical impairments full access to the computer.

Square picture of partial keyboard overlaid with a red rocket in the center enclosed in a blue "speech bubble."

A communication app that has customizable keyboards, accessible input and sentence prediction. 

AMIS: DAISY 2.02 & DAISY 3 Playback Software default view mode screen.

AMIS is a software program that you can use to read DAISY books. It is self-voicing, meaning that no specialized screen-reading software is needed in order for it to be used by visually impaired people. AMIS is open source software and is provided free of charge.

Large, yellow rectangular software box with screen shot of MAGic software menu on cover.

A screen magnification and screen reading program for low vision computer users.