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A free screen review package that enables users to interact with applications and the GNU/Linux operating system with audible feedback from the console using a synthetic speech device.
An image and photo editing software for PCs that runs on Windows. It supports layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of tools for dealing with very large images and using a pointer device for entry.
Adapted Mouse operation with special switches or joystick is attained by using the I-Mouse switch box and its software. It connects to the USB port of the PC and is ready for switches (up to 10) to be plugged in. Adjusting all necessary settings is easy using the monitor.
Emacspeak is a speech interface that allows visually impaired users to interact independently and efficiently with the computer.
An open-source gaze tracker for use with ordinary webcams. It is designed to be a low-cost software alternative to commercial hardware-based eye trackers.
Allows users to simulate the operation of an original PlayStation 3 controller from a wheelchair joystick.
DIAS stands for “Disability Impairment Approximation Simulator” and is a Netbeans IDE plugin. It approximately simulates the difficulties someone with vision and other impairments face when interacting with Java Swing GUIs.
A suite of programs designed to help teach early ICT skills to people with profound and multiple learning difficulties, those who need to develop skills with assistive input devices and very young children new to computers.
Visually and auditory tool for staff at nursing homes with people with moderate to severe dementia.
A multi-media device designed for people with a visual or reading impairment to enable them to access audio information and entertainment, including content available on the Internet, without using a computer.
A Linux-based application for the open-source GNOME desktop environment designed toward aiding the physically impaired community by providing control of the mouse pointer using a low-cost webcam that can interpret a user's head movement as computer input.
A web-based application that makes the internet and computer capabilities available for cognitively impaired people, and thereby supports personal communication through the use of digital photos, e-mail, text and audio messages.
A disambiguation system that has a (number pad) keyboard as its input method. It works in a similar way to 'predictive text' on a mobile phone.
A device with alternative switches that can activate technology for use by individuals with motor difficulties.
A text-completion program that enables users to use shorthand to type pre-defined text.
Infovox iVox is a multilingual text-to-speech converter that can be used to add vocal output to any application compatible with Apple Speech Manager. It features over 100 natural-sounding text-to-speech voices in 32 languages, including expressive, happy and sad voices, specialty voices, and children’s voices.
A home control unit that enables people with disabilities to access their smartphone and control their environment.
An on-screen virtual mouse designed for anyone with a disability that makes it difficult or impossible to click a physical computer mouse.
Track-IT! is a switch interface that allows complete operation of the cursor, and mouse button clicks, using a single, remote switch.
A channel wireless transmitter which acts as an interface between any wired switch and any SimplyWorks receiver.
Software with buttons of macros to automate complex control systems, but also simple jobs like inserting text passages into Word and EMails, filling out (internet-) forms with recurring phrases, etc.