Products that match: Augmentative Communication Systems
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Sara is a reading voice that can be used for Dictus's echo function where she repeats what is written with Dictus, helpful for the visually impaired, blind or dyslexic who cannot check with their eyes what is written on the screen. "She" can also be used as an additional voice for the reading program.
Infovox iVox is a multilingual text-to-speech converter that can be used to add vocal output to any application compatible with Apple Speech Manager. It features over 100 natural-sounding text-to-speech voices in 32 languages, including expressive, happy and sad voices, specialty voices, and children’s voices.
An application suitable for Autism, Asperger, dementia, brain damage and/or in rehabilitation, with a large database of more than 4,500 pictograms and visualizations, clearly classified into 37 categories. iPicto helps to ensure that the person can understand something quickly, without having to struggle for words
VisionKey is an eye-controlled communication that enables users with severe physical disabilities to type and talk with their eyes. Lightweight and head mounted, VisionKey gives users communication independence and control in their lives by simply "looking" The system also gives them each a voice by enabling them to control a speech synthesizer in the VisionKey unit or on the computer. Now users can write letters, play games, surf the net and listen to multi-media sound just by moving their eyes.