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--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Talking BlissApple program is a Blissymbol communication program for the Apple II family of computers. Input for the Talking BlissApple may come from a variety of sources, including a single switch, the standard keyboard, or many communication aids. The program contains a library of 1,400 Blissymbols, and additional symbols may be added to suit the user's individual needs. At the user's command, the Talking BlissApple may display, speak, and/or print symbol messages and corresponding English messages. One disk drive and a monitor are required. Votrax speech synthesizer, printer, and serial/parallel board for communication with other devices are optional. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II+, and Apple IIe computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: One disk drive and a monitor.
This product record was updated on January 16, 2001.
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Trace Research and Development CenterThe Trace R&D Center at the University of Wisconsin - Madison was formed by a group of students in 1971 to address the communication needs of people who are nonspeaking and have severe disabilities. The Center was an early leader and innovator in the field that came to be known as "augmentative communication." As the personal computer emerged, the Trace Center became a leader in making computers accessible to people with all types of disabilities, focusing on universal design of information and communication technologies.
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