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The Funkey joystick consists of an impact-resistant plastic housing with a robust digital joystick and four large function buttons. In addition, the Funkey has 4 connections for external switches, with which the fixed buttons can be taken over.
The ATbar is a browser based toolbar to aid accessibility of websites with the option to change the look and feel of webpages through text only enlargement, font style and colour changes plus increased line spacing. There are also features for text to speech, a dictionary, spell checking, word prediction and colour overlays.
A text-to-speech engine for visually impaired users that lets them access their computer through their favorite screen reader, screen magnifier or any other application supporting speech. It comes on a USB stick, enabling immediate access to any computer, without the need to install locally or admin rights.
Hubble helps users who have difficulty using the Internet because of spelling mistakes, a click on a wrong spot, or not receiving e-mail. Every website looks different. Links are often disguised as small images. Hubble will jump from one link to the next when the user selects a button. It puts the links to all one's favourite websites together on one page which can be used as the user's homepage
WebAnywhere is a web-based screen reader for the web. It requires no special software to be installed on the client machine and, therefore, enables blind people to access the web from any computer they happen to have access to that has a sound card. Visit wa.cs.washington.edu to access WebAnywhere directly.