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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.
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 portable “all-in-one” talking bar code scanner that aids visually or print-impaired individuals with the identification of items via the product’s bar code or UPC. Using text-to-speech and digital voice recording technologies, it allows users to access an on-board database of product descriptions, along with a tailored set of recorded voice messages.
A reading and writing assistance software for people with Dys disorders (dyslexia, dysorthography, visuospatial dyspraxia). It includes voice recognition dictation, computer control by voice, auto-completion by word prediction, and TTS playback. Also included is a module for syllabic cutting used to facilitate reading.