Talking_devices.gif (24542 bytes)

 

Talking Appliances

 

bar3.gif (4740 bytes)

 

NEW   Amazing New Movie on Macular Degeneration

 

Condensered.gif (846 bytes)FreedomBox  Pictured above is the Key to Freedom™, one of the exciting new packaging concepts, now available from Serotek. This key-chain-sized memory module, based on M-Systems DiskOnKey™ technology, plugs directly into the USB port on any Windows-based computer and converts it instantly into a FreedomBox. It gives the FreedomBox user a fully personal, portable capability that can be used at any computer, anywhere.

Condensered.gif (846 bytes)ALVA Access Group, Inc. The  inventors of software for blind and visually impaired computer users They prodice  outSPOKEN and inLARGE.

Cobolt We designed the world's first talking kitchen scales, talking microwave oven, talking time switch, talking calendar clock and talking tape measure for instance. We have developed our own particularly high quality speech system which is used in all the products which we manufacture ourselves. Rather than using synthetic speech this system uses digitized human speech obtained by recording nationals of the various countries.

Condensered.gif (846 bytes)Premier-Programming Premier Assistive Technology, a world leader in assistive software for reading, announces the integration of its new Predictor Pro technology, now the world’s most comprehensive word prediction software, into its existing product line.   Word prediction is a natural extension of our reading and writing products.  Several of Premier Assistive’s other leading products Scan and Read Pro and the Talking Word Processor will now have Predictor Pro and as integrated standard feature, with both products being able to create, read and edit virtually any standard word processor files, including all versions of MS Word and Word Perfect Files saved as Rich Text Format.

Condensered.gif (846 bytes)En-Vision America Products for the Blind and Visually Impaired  They provide the i.d.mate, a bar code system combined with speech to allow identificationof items.En-Vision America is dedicated to creating unequaled value to the lives of our customers by applying new and creative technology to everyday problems of the blind and visually impaired. With products like i.d. mate, En-Vision America strives to make the lives of our customers a little easier.  

Voice Diary Inc.  Developers of the Voice Diarylectronic voice organizer in the world for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Use DIARY to organize appointments and manage your time. With flexible, multiple alarms you can schedule classes and meetings; remind yourself to take your pills, turn on a favorite radio program or buy an anniversary gift.


Condensered.gif (846 bytes)
Scansoft ScanSoft enables Productivity Without Boundaries through its industry-leading desktop applications, developer toolkits and integrated technologies. ScanSoft's products instantly convert paper into digital information and enable the use of speech to deliver seamless, hands-free interaction with applications, services and devices.

Noteteller BRYTECH Inc. was established in 1982, and is based in Ottawa, Canada. The president is Earl L. Bryenton, a professional engineer with many years of experience in engineering and management. BRYTECH provides high technology consulting engineering and management services that are complementary to its capabilities in development and manufacturing. BRYTECH has in-house professionals and more than twenty associates including engineers, medical doctors, physicists, biologists, chemists, economists, behavioral scientists, computer scientists and technologists.
 

Condensered.gif (846 bytes)Speak To Me Catalog of Talking Products  The catalog of talking products Give the gift that says something.

Condensered.gif (846 bytes)Beyond Sight Beyond Sight quickly gained a reputation in the area not only as a place where adaptive technology was purchased, but also as a place where people can get educated about adaptive technology. Although most of Beyond Sight's products consisted of high-tech computers, speech synthesizers, and systems that allow a blind person to read printed material, the shelves in Jim's small home office also included little items such as talking clocks and calculators.


back.gif (3012 bytes)