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An optical character recognition program that can convert different types of documents, such as paper, PDF files or images, into editable and searchable files.
The SmartCat AG combines the functionality of a mouse and touchpad with intelligent software, one-touch scroll and zoom, and distinctive sounds for each operation.
A supplement for a cordless DECT phone. Twelve photo keys for the most important contacts like family members, friends or doctors to make a fast and quick call at the touch of one button.
A scanning and reading system for the blind that can also be connected to a braille display for the deaf-blind.
A free text to speech (TTS) program with integrated automatic speech recognition (ASR) functionality. Through voice commands, it is able to to read aloud the written text and choose the sentences to be pronounced.
Software that allows PDAs to be used as an alternative keyboard and cursor. People with Muscular Dystrophy (MD) and certain other muscular and nervous system disorders such as Cerebral Palsy (CP) may have difficulty operating a mouse and keyboard but can often still use their fingers to control a pencil or stylus.
Multifunctional, fully programmable modular keyboard with 12x8 Matrix Key layout keyboard module for professional commercial use, e.g. in Point-of-Service (POS).
Alternative software for performing web searches by using the DMOZ directory.
A programmable on-screen keyboard that replaces the mouse and keyboard with arrangements of letters, words, symbols, numbers, and shapes that can be automatically or manually scanned, item by item, and selected using switches.
A collection of sign language gestural videos developed especially for the deaf and hard-of-hearing users. With this technology, gestures can be quickly looked up and clearly demonstrated.
Jupiter Speech System is a screen reader for Linux in console mode. It is a speech adapter, running in user space, based on the acsint / acsbridge system. It is modeled after the Jupiter speech adapter that use to live in the kernel.
Talking technology and software, designed for people with partial sight or blindness, who have little or no experience of using computers. Send emails, browse the web, write letters, read books and newspapers, hear your post read aloud, and other functions.
A text-to speech software assembled in Python that is freely distributed under a BSD license. Users can write a text or copy any text to the clipboard and hear the text spoken through the program.
RapidKey provides you with a new Windows functionality. This software autocompletes text phrases and autoexpands shorthands in any Windows applications.
The Launcher6 application can be used as a simple interface for launching programs, a simple electronic speech aid, or as a multimedia game spinner.
A free program designed for blind and visually-impaired people that makes RSS feeds accessible.
The goal of the Nordic SYMBERED project - funded by NUH - is to develop a user-friendly editing tools to create Web pages based on the so-called 'Concept coding' (concept coding). In this way one will be able to create web content with customizable graphical symbol of support for people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
Fire Vox is an open-source, freely available talking browser extension for the Firefox web browser. It is a screen reader designed for Firefox.
A collection of free audio games on the web. The games have speech, sound, and graphics for players of all ages and abilities who are visually impaired or blind.