The Focus 80 is a portable Braille Display allowing users who are visually impaired to access a computer. The Focus 80 features 80 cells of Braille and has programmable “hot keys” for specific functions. Works with JAWS.
Cyberlink enables hands-free control of computers and electrical devices. Brain and body signals detected by the sensors in the headband are transmitted to the computer as multiple Brainfingers to allow users to interact with and use a computer. Use this device with students who have little to no control of body movement.
The Darci USB is a Morse Code based computer access device. Because it is plugged into the USB port on the student's computer, it is portable and can be used with a variety of machines. Use this device with students who need alternative input to the computer and are capable of communicating using Morse Code.
Use the E-Text reader for reading digital text. Students can highlight their notes in one color and important information in another. Then extract just the highlighted information to a new file and have it read aloud.
Frogpad is a one-handed portable keyboard allowing users to access computers, PDAs, mobile phones and other devices. Use this device with users who need an alternative keyboard and are capable of using one hand to type.
Froguts is a virtual dissection subscription available for school and home learners. School site licenses include at-home access for science students. Product includes labs for frog, squid, starfish, owl pellet, fetal pig, cow eye and fly.
MAGic helps people with low vision view information on their computer screen while hearing it through their speech synthesizer. Allows users to magnify screen information from one to sixteen times its normal size. Features of variety of customizable options for cursor color and size, color display and magnification.
Use this product with students who can use a handheld wand or mouthstick to point, but are unable to exert much force. The Magic Wand Keyboard is a miniature computer keyboard, with a built-in mouse, that allows users to fully access any computer. It is designed to be used with little or no hand movement and works with the lightest touch of a wand (either hand-held or mouthstick). Use this product with students who have no strength and little or no hand/arm movement, but who have some fine motor control.
gh has developed a software reading system designed for reading NIMAS, DAISY Digital Talking Books, and plain text files (*.txt) while providing multiple sensory output.
Interpretype® is a face-to-face communication system which meets Section 508 and ADA Compliance requirements by providing alternative solutions for individuals who are Deaf, speech impaired, or anyone in need of a non-verbal face-to-face conversation. Also known as an ITY, the new Interpretype does not require the use of on-site interpreters, VRS or VRI. However, the system is embedded with a capability to access these services whenever they are requested.