Access to Entertainment

Access to leisure activities.
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 gray rectangular device with a speaker at the top and menu options below, including radio, microphone, flashlight, playback speed control, and other options.

A device for listening to the Bible, Bible studies, sermons, music, educational content, humanitarian content, and more. Users can use as their own personal audio Bible, purchase to distribute on mission trips or learn and share a new song, Bible story or verse.

A small black rectangular device on a neck strap with three icon buttons on the front: a telephone, a microphone, and a computer.

A device that gives users wearing Oticon hearing aids control over all functions: changing the hearing programs or regulating the hearing aid volume and the connection to all audio, entertainment and communication devices. This device sends audio signals directly to both ears, transforming the hearing aids into two small wireless headphones.

An article's heading highlighted in yellow, below it there is a text and a picture below the text with menu options to pause, play, page up and down, and move forward and back. 

A DAISY player application (app) that works on smartphones and tablets, customized for use by the visually impaired and other print disabled. 

Detailed description of lessons and modules.

Interactive, visual-based software that gives students an easy-to-use, engaging tool to help them learn the curriculum, develop skills and demonstrate understanding.

The Voices & Languages page, which features voices such as a British male, a child, a U.S. female, and other voices, with languages below. 

An intelligent text-to-speech audio-reader that turns reading material into interactive audiobooks so that users can save time, retain more information, and stay focused. Speechify can read books, documents, and articles while users cook, work out, commute, or any other activity.

A closeup of a bee on a flower.

An app that helps users read small prints at near distances and signs at far distances. Users can place a phone camera close to small objects or use the app as a microscope. 

TTS Settings screen, with text that reads "Please wait while we search for all available languages and voices..."

A browser for individuals who have low vision or reading disabilities. It adds Text-To-Speech functionality to a normal web browser, allowing more freedom for mobile web navigation.

One hand of an individual holding the Maggie magnifier over a portion of a book which is held in the other hand of the individual, The Maggie has a white screen showing magnified wording from the book.

Portable electronic magnifier for individuals with low vision or macular degeneration.

Two horizontal pen-like devices with a small black button near the back end of the pen. A red pen is above and slightly behind a blue pen below.

A sound recording and playback device that uses coded stickers to identify saved recordings, lets users record sounds and messages, and plays those sounds when the user points to the stickers.