An app that allows users to test their reflexes against faster and faster challenges. They can listen for the instruction and do it as fast as they can -- touch, swipe up, swipe down, swipe left, swipe right, shake, pinch, and two-finger touch.
An educational CD-ROM designed for children 7 to 12 to learn and use spelling, grammar or conjugation rules wisely. The rules of the game are simple: the player must move around on a board and answer questions to collect four objects.
A set of tools useful for working with people with disabilities, particularly those related to communication. AraSuite communication includes the Interactive Board Generator for TICO Communication and the word processor with AraWord pictograms.
A reading tool that can be added to the menu bar giving access to several functions intended to help novice readers or those who have difficulty with decoding words by using the principles of color reading.
A five-finger keyboard input software intended for people who only have the use of one hand to enable them to type with 5 fingers without having to move the hand to reach the keys of the second part of the keyboard.
A USB trackball that positions the mouse by using gross motor movements of the hand, arm, or foot; fine motor skills need not be used. Once the mouse cursor is positioned, two over-sized buttons are available for left and right-clicking and drag locking.
A braille display for flexible and mobile use in the job that can be used in conjunction with a notebook. It includes 40 high-quality Braille modules with integrated double routing buttons for controlling the cursor and mouse.