Daily Living

Devices and services to provide support for everyday life.
Free standing document camera.

An instant book-to-speech multi-tasking tool for multi-tasking users.

YRead interface with a text file open and few control button on left side panel.

Software that will load a plain text (TXT) or HTML file and display it in a single-column, resizable window. Then it will read the file to the user out loud, using human speech.

Two wire adapters with switch connection and small or large, white battery plates.
This product has been discontinued and is no longer supported and serviced.

Battery Device Adapter.

SpeakComputer text entry box with toolbar and menu options above.

A suite of TTS text readers. The software is comprised of 6 separate text-to-speech readers and a text-to-speech parental control package.

Free-standing device with foldable document camera extended on arm connected to an external trackpad with control knob.

Lightweight, portable document scanner that reads scanned content aloud.

A device that looks like a flatbed scanner with a control panel in front and.a camera arm positioned above the scanner.

A self-contained scanning and reading appliance for people who are blind or have low vision and is designed to be easy to use by people with no computer experience.

A low-profile rectangular device, white in color, with a number pad, pause play buttons, volume control, and a speaker.

A talking book player for the visually impaired. Voice guidance helps users to navigate and reads the content.

A user's hands in front of a sloped, front panel of a rectangular device that has a large triangle, a large square button and a speaker on its front. One of the user's hands is grasping the scanner lid under which a magazine is on the scanner bed.

All-in-one reading machine with built-in stereo loudspeakers directed towards the listener to ensure sound is clear. 

A white screen with files in black text.

Passa Planes allows the visualization and reading of books through a keyboard that works by automatic scanning and activation by a switch. It can also be activated by a sound picked up by a microphone. 

On-screen keyboard arranged by alphabet with 9 function keys in the middle. Two of these keys have a picture of a man with the word "speak", and 4 keys are bright green. The mouse is pointing at a blue key and the bar at the bottom shows the text that is being written.

A free onscreen keyboard program for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, or XP that is designed to be used with any head-controlled access technology.