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A portable device for instant Braille reading and conversion of printed text to audio.
An image and photo editing software for PCs that runs on Windows. It supports layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of tools for dealing with very large images and using a pointer device for entry.
The Retina translates all printed text into speech in seconds.
A 19-inch, desktop electronic magnifier designed for visually impaired users that features a space-saving and movable screen design.
Large button, big display scientific graphing calculator designed specifically for users with low vision. Performs scientific, statistical and trigonometric calculations, and fractions.
The Auvisio Wireless Sports Headset with Bluetooth 4.1 and Battery are light, have strong sound, and are energy efficient. The sound transmission into the inner ear occurs via the temporal bone, so the ears remain open for traffic and environmental noise.
Portable reading machine with a built-in text-to-speech reader.
Portable video magnifier.
Unidirectional Shotgun Microphone with enhanced sensitivity for far-field sound reception. This allows a user to record sound from further distances, which may help individuals with reduced mobility.
Visual timer geared toward special needs classrooms or individuals with sensory sensitivity.
Desktop video magnifier allows users to comfortably read printed text from their location.
An assistive technology device that transcribes speech to text in real-time.
A personal electronic device that enables people to make desired changes in their own behavior and habits.
A virtual reality package designed for students with physical disabilities that immerses them in 360-degree environments designed to enhance and complement their real-world exploration and play.
A Windows-based program developed specifically for students with special needs that focuses on the cognitive skill of arranging pictures in a chronological sequence.