Access to Education

Accessibility tools for the classroom or homework.
A white textbox with "Cat" typed in black text and, to the right, the word translated in UE Braille 2.

A webpage that translates text typed into a textbox into braille.

A woman painting while wearing glasses with a white panel across the lenses.

An assistive device that enhances the functional vision of a person who has low vision. It helps users see what's in front of them in real-time, including painting, traveling, and watching TV. 

A black smartphone with tactile gridlines over the surface.

Devices that include a special tactile grid that enables the user to feel what is on the screen. Using a combination of vibration, sound, and visual information the user can start to become digitally sighted. The tactile grid is a transparent embossed grid of dots laid over the smart devices screen which with the specialized technology enables the user to feel the digital world.

A hand holding a black video magnifier that has 4 lines of black text on a yellow background.

Video magnifiers that are suitable for people who need help to read a text and browse details because of low vision. They can be used to read labels, prescriptions, bills, maps, schedules, price tags, receipts, menus, and other items.

A Z-shaped blue document reader above a book, the page of which is projected onto a laptop.

Readers that capture images of materials such as documents, textbooks, artwork, devices, and 3D objects.

A picture of a world map on a phone screen.

An app that allows users to control the camera on an iPhone and turn it into a document camera for large-screen projection.

Black glasses with dark tinted lenses and a cord protruding from the end of the stem that leads to a small rectangular device with menu options on the side.

Smart glasses that clear images directly onto the retina so users can see both the image and the background. The glasses are suitable for those with low vision and can be used for sports, live concerts, GPS navigation, and clear vision with free-focus. 

A gray rectangular device featuring a newspaper magnified on the screen.

Portable handheld and pocket video magnifiers with smart ergonomics for ease of use.

A computer with a desktop mono-pole type standing camera that has a book below its lens. On the computer screen, the words are written with one of them highlighted in yellow and written with red letters.

A portable reading camera that can be combined with a scanning and reading software to give to blind and low vision users instant portable access to printed material with an array of human-sounding voices. 

QuickCaption text written in a calligraphic font in a green background.

An approved captioning vendor for the Described and Captioning Media Program (DCMP). Funded by the United States Department of Education, the DCMP evaluates and certifies captioning companies on a national level.