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Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
Screenshot of a $50 US dollar bill being photographed on an Android device.

Voice-output money identification Android app for people who are blind or have low vision or cognitive disabilities.

A blue rectangular device with a large yellow smiley face at the top. Below the smiley face, there is a square illustration of a child brushing their teeth with the words "brush teeth" in black font.

Compact, wall-mounted communicator devices designed for use by children with communication, cognitive, or emotional disabilities.

A captured image of a 20$ US bill, with a dialogue box overlaid on top reading "$20.00, Front, USD," in bright green font. At the top of the screen is the EyeNote logo, which features the "eye pyramid" graphic that is printed on US paper currency.

Voice output and vibrating money identification app for iOS that was designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

An orange rectangular icon with a white headphone graphic.

Allows users wearing headphones the ability to also hear what is happening around them.

Screenshot of summarization feature menu showing menu options across the top and instructions on how to summarize below.

Is a voice output reading, writing, and studying tool that can be used by individuals who are blind or have low vision or learning disabilities. It will read the many literature titles now available in electronic format (“E-Books or E-Text”) and documents in Standard Text, Microsoft Word, RTF (“Rich Text Format”), HTML, and DAISY formats. 

A barcode scanning graphic in the shape of an "eye," with the words "Digit-Eyes" above. Below, there is a large button that says "Scan" and a smaller button that says "Scanning Tips."

iOS app that allows users to scan and read barcodes using voice-output.

A silver desktop monitor displaying a black screen with high-contrast white font that reads "Da Vinci, crystal clear picture and text-to-speech." Above the monitor is a camera mounted on a gooseneck that is positioned over the monitor.

Desktop video magnifier (CCTV), text-to-speech (OCR) and a 3-in-1 camera designed for use by individuals with low vision.

A color wheel with a bold, white letter "A" on top. There is a selection pointer placed over a bold blue color. Underneath, a menu displaying the hex value and other color attributes.

Color identification app that allows a person who is colorblind to use their Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad as a visual aid.

A magnifying glass graphic with a section of text seen through it. The magnifying glass itself is casting a rainbow prism onto the text.

A "reading glasses" app for iOS and Android, designed for those who have difficulty reading fine print and focusing on nearby objects.

A silver Braille keyboard with black keys placed on top of a wooden surface next to a pair of blue headphones.

Braille keyboard designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. It connects to the keyboard port of a personal computer and requires no resident software on the computer, which allows this keyboard to work with any operating system.