To bridge the gap between the sighted and blind worlds visually impaired people now have access to the mainstream digital world and the following special devices that have been made available:
- A user-friendly readout magnifier: the intelligent readout function that reads out texts based on automatic movement detection. It magnifies texts and photographs with clarity. Combined with the built-in readout function and easily understandable voice, in addition to reading texts in multiple languages, it has the ability to change the background colour.
- The genuinely easy-to-use reading machine and built-in stereo loudspeakers directed toward the listener ensure a sound that is loud and clear and can be in several languages.
- A portable device combining technological performance and haptic ergonomics, dedicated to visual impairment, for blind or deaf-blind people who want to stay connected to the Internet.
Now they can discover new ways to interact, and there is a joint approach between sighted and blind people, in a world we all are share, centred around communication and creating a digital dialogue.
The device supports Windows 10 functionality, including third-party applications accessible with screen reading software.
- Picture In A Flash: A simple and fast way to prepare Tactile Graphics
Picture In A Flash: produces high-quality tactile graphics using heat-sensitive capsule paper, ideal for people who are blind and vision impaired.
Its controlled heat source causes any black lines, letters, or shapes that are drawn, printed, or copied onto the capsule paper to swell. The result is an instant tactile graphic.
Picture in A Flash is being used in a variety of educational, employment, and personal settings.
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