Sensory Software International Ltd.Smart House
4a Court Road
Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 3BL
Products manufactured by Sensory Software International Ltd. (listed alphabetically)
DWELL CLICKER 2
Dwell Clicker 2 is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. The program emulates left and right clicks, double click, adjustable drag sensitivity, as well as offering the choice of auditory feedback. This software utilizes dwelling, a feature that enables the user to move the cursor over an item to be "clicked" and have the cursor automatically activate the click. The cursor activation time can be set from 0.5 to 5 seconds, and the cursor target area can also be adjusted. The program's toolbar is resizable, floats above any window, and can be placed where it is most convenient for the user. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC and compatible computers. Dwell Clicker 2 is compatible with a variety of alternative pointing devices. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows XP with Service Pack 3, Windows Vista with Service Pack 2, Windows 7 or later.
The Grid2 is a voice output direct selection and symbolic communicator program for creating symbolic or text communicator grids designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, neurological or severe physical disabilities or autism. The Grid 2’s basic function is to allow a person to use a computer as a voice output communication aid, using symbols or text to build sentences; however, it also can access the Windows desktop with its built-in computer control features to operate other programs, including word processors, email, Web browsers, text messaging, media players, and environmental control programs. The software also functions as an on-screen keyboard program for typing into any Windows-based program. The Grid 2 accepts input from eye gaze, switches, a head pointer, a touch screen, or a mouse. It includesone Acapela language, SymbolStix, and Widgit Literacy Symbols. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM personal computers (PC) and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Window XP, Vista or Windows 7.
Grid Player is a voice output direct selection and symbolic communicator program designed for use by individuals with communication, cognitive, learning, developmental or speech disabilities, or autism. This application, or app, enables an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to function as an alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) system for people who cannot speak or have difficulty speaking. Grid Player is designed for use with The Grid 2 software (see separate entry), allowing the user to play grids developed using that software on the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The Grid 2 is not required to use this app; Grid Player includes three complete grid sets: Symbol Talker A, Symbol Talker B and Text Talker. Symbol Talker A and B features dynamic screen AAC using Widgit symbols, over 2,000 unique words in over 50 topics, 2 vocabulary sizes (levels A and B), and an onscreen keyboard with symbol prediction. Text Talker offers an onscreen, high-contrast keyboard with large keys with word completion and next word prediction, over 100 instant phrases in 10 categories, and large typing area visible to the communication partner. Grid Player features over 12,000 Widgit Symbols; high-quality male and female voices; "TouchType" word prediction for faster typing; prediction suggestions with symbols to help with word recognition; and word list grids for large topics. It can also copy sentences to use with Twitter, Facebook, or other apps. Grid Player is available in English, Spanish, French and several other languages. COMPATIBILITY: For use with the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Apple iOS 4.2 or later.
Switch Driver is an alternative computer control switch program for people with fine motor, neurological or upper extremity disabilities and others who use one or more switches to access a computer. Switch Driver allows the user to configure each switch connected to a computer through a serial or USB port. For each switch, the user can direct that it press a key on the keyboard (with shift, alt or control); press a button on the mouse or move the mouse; press a button on the joystick or move the joystick (USB only); or set up a 'preset action for special tasks or for software that needs an unusual set of inputs. The user also can configure the key repeat rate and pointer movement speed for each switch as well as setting it to ignore accidental presses of the switch. For computers with multiple users, different switch profiles can be saved.