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BARD Mobile

The BARD Mobile app is a mobile reading application designed for the blind, those with low vision or other handicaps that make reading regular print difficult, that provides access to braille and talking books directly from the NLS Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD). BARD contains nearly 50,000 books, magazines, and music scores in audio and braille formats, with new selections added daily. With BARD Mobile, one can play the audio materials on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. If the use

Digital Calendar Alarm Day Clock with Extra Large Non-Abbreviated Day & Month

The Digital Calendar Alarm Day Clock by Svinz with Extra Large Non-Abbreviated Day & Month SDC008 (White) is a dementia friendly clock for people who have had a stroke; have memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s; or for people who get confused about the date. The high resolution display spells out the full day of the week, month and date in large, bold letters with no confusing abbreviations. The glare-free display finish is viewable from many angles. The display dims every night at 7:00 pm a

Emerson Large Display Talking Caller ID, Model EM-60

Emerson Large Display Talking Caller ID is designed for low vision people. It displays the callers name and number with time, date, and total number of calls. It is a three line display with 60 name and number memory. The adjustable stand lets user tilt the display for viewing. It is battery-operated so it can be placed anywhere. Features backlight display, total call, and new call counter and lighted LED visual ringer indicator.

Exigo

The Exigo is a two-screen magnifier for distance viewing and desktop tasks. The device is intended for users with low vision or who are partly blind, and can be useful for students in the classroom.The Exigo magnifier is designed to let users simultaneously read at a distance (such as a whiteboard) and also read and write at their desk.

Focus 14 Blue

The Focus 14 Blue is a Braille interface device designed for blind individuals to use as a personal digital assistant (PDA). The device gives the user access to email, the internet, and has features to make it a personal organizer. Features include 8-dot keyboard, USB and Bluetooth® connectivity, 14 refreshable Braille cells, smooth, a paper-like feel, thumb keys, panning buttons, and NAV Rockers. Compatible with smartphones, iPads®, tablets, and other mobile devices.

iPad/Tablet Switch Interface (H-66)

The iPad/Tablet Switch Interface (H-66) is a Bluetooth Switch Interface (BSI) for the iPad and tablets allows 1-2 switches to control 'switch-friendly' apps and some global aspects of an iPad for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities. Switch-friendly apps are those written by developers in the Assistive Technology or AAC field, and are 'looking' for specific signals that my BSI transmits (space/enter). There are about 80 switch-friendly apps.

J-Pad

J-Pad is a unique, highly intuitive joystick interface providing comprehensive switch access to all iPad functions - including Apps, music & media, iBooks, still & video photography, on-screen keyboard entry and more. Connecting wirelessly to the iPad using Bluetooth 2.1, J-Pad is simple to set-up and easy to use with touch sensitive buttons to launch and close Apps. Provided are two sockets to connect up to two wired switches. POWER: Rechargeable battery (included) + USB. COMPATIBILITY:

Motion Global Eye

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a input device for individuals who have low vision to interact with modern technologies in a natural and intuitive way. The Motion Global Eye has nine tactile points arranged in a square and a central guide. The device setup uses a keytop overlay to mimic the common alphanumeric keypad for inputting information, and other overlays are available. The device also offers video recording capability. TITLE: 9 Spots for your Eye. WEBSITE: Yank

NuEyes

The NuEyes smart glasses are designed for individuals with visual impairment, low vision, macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, or other visual conditions. NuEyes is wearable head-mounted device, hands-free wearable technology that gives the user CCTV and text-to speech capabilities in a headset about the size of a pair of sunglasses. NuEyes can magnify up to 12x and displays enhanced versions of anything that the user looks at. Features include:

ODG R-7 Smart Glasses

ODG R-7 Smart Glasses are wearable technology designed for people with macular degeneration or visual impairment see. In January, Osterhout Design Group presented the R-7, the company’s seventh-generation device. The glasses are an Android tablet the user can wear. They are programmable by a wide range of developers – via ODG APIs and an SDK* – for a diverse set of applications. A pair of R-7s is a high-quality movie player, an augmented-reality and virtual-reality headset. Built to include soph

RaspberryMAGNIFY

The RaspberryMAGNIFY is a high definition digital magnifier for individuals who are visually impaired. It is powered by the Raspberry Pi, a credit-card sized programmable computer, and runs on software that can be customized to suit the user's requirements/needs.

Switch Interface Pro 6.0

Switch Interface Pro 6.0 is a computer interface that helps students with severe physical disabilities and mobility impairments by letting them practice essential switching skills and develop cause and effect and choice-making skills through using up to 5 switches at once to run their switch-enabled software. User can push a single button to change function. It supports 2 switch scanning. Bright lights indicate which switches are active. It requires no software and can be used with Windows and M

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