Computer Interface for Low Vision Reading System

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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.


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


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.

Parent Category: Reading General

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