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  1. BLUE FREEDOM BLUETOOTH CELL PHONE HEADSET The Blue Freedom Bluetooth Cell Phone Headset is a one button headset designed for use by individuals with limited mobility or dexterity issues. Bluetooth headset with high quality, adjustable volume and allows user to be handsfree and wireless. Plus, everything is controlled at the touch of a single button. Features: Clips comfortably to user's clothes. Enhanced voice quality. Adjustable volume, rechargeable li-polymer battery enables hands free operation of mobile phones. Lightweight design. ...[More Information]

  2. RAY Picture of RAY The RAY is a cellular phone configured for use by people who are blind or have low vision. The RAY is a fully functional Huawei Vision smartphone with an Android operating system that has been modified to simplify navigation through the phone's functions and applications (apps) and to provide voice input for certain functions and apps as well as voice output for all screen content using text-to-speech technology. In addition to basic smartphone capabilities such as calling, text messaging, calen...[More Information]

  3. SAMSUNG HAVEN Picture of SAMSUNG HAVEN Samsung Haven is a voice output, voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The numeric pad has tactile buttons with high contrast numbering. Numbers and menu items are spoken aloud when selected. The user can set up Voice Commands to automatically dial a number when a name is spoken. Other features include one-touch access to emergency numbers including 911 and In Case of Emergency (ICE) contacts; large keys and a large, bright screen with an op...[More Information]

  4. SAMSUNG PUSH TO TALK CELL PHONE (MODEL SGH-D357) Picture of SAMSUNG PUSH TO TALK CELL PHONE (MODEL SGH-D357) The Samsung Push-To-Talk Cell Phone, model SGH-D357, is a voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Voice Command feature enables the user to dial digits, make calls, and launch applications with verbal commands. The phone also has a Push-to-Talk feature that allows calls to some numbers to be made by pressing one button. IThis phone supports Bluetooth connectivity for connecting to wireless accessories. Other features include speakerphone; ...[More Information]

  5. SOFT PET Picture of SOFT PET -------- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a mobile phone with call-and-respond naming capacity for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Dubbed the Soft Pet by its designers, this mobile phone responds to its assigned name when called much like a pet does. In addition to the call-and-respond naming capability, the Soft Pet offers speech input and output functionality and Braille buttons. The user gives the Soft Pet mobile phone a name much like they would a pet. When...[More Information]

  6. SPRINT PCS VOICE PHONE (MODEL A560) Picture of SPRINT PCS VOICE PHONE (MODEL A560) The Sprint PCS Voice Phone, model A560, is a voice activated cell phone designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This cell phone has voice-activated dialing and a speakerphone function for hands-free operation. Other features include a color screen; SMS text messaging with predictive text input; a headset jack; TTY compatibility; calculator, world clock, memo pad, countdown timer, and alarm clock functions; voice memo recordi...[More Information]

  7. SSIMPLE Picture of SSIMPLE SSIMPLE is a switch adapted and voice activated cell phone designed for people with motor and severe physical disabilities. SSIMPLE, which is an acronym that stands for a "Speech and Switch Input Mobile Phone that Links Everyone," includes a cell phone loaded with software that enables the user to place and receive telephone calls and to send and receive text messages. The user controls the phone through switches or voice input modules that connect to a wireless universal switch interface that c...[More Information]

  8. VOCALIZE! WHEELCHAIR CELL PHONE VOICE CONTROL SYSTEM Picture of VOCALIZE! WHEELCHAIR CELL PHONE VOICE CONTROL SYSTEM The Vocalize! Wheelchair Cell Phone Voice Control System is a voice activated cell phone dialer with voice output cell phone caller identification designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities. The system mounts on a wheelchair and communicates wirelessly with a Bluetooth cell phone (not included). The user can call contacts, answer calls, and hang up with voice commands. The system provides natural voice prompts, and inte...[More Information]

  9. VOICEBT SWITCH ADAPTED BLUETOOTH CELL VOICE DIALER Picture of VOICEBT SWITCH ADAPTED BLUETOOTH CELL VOICE DIALER The VoiceBT Switch Adapted Bluetooth Cell Voice Dialer is a voice activated telephone dialer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities or amputation, neurological disabilities, or cerebral palsy (CP). This unit enables the user to call, answer, or hang up with an adaptive switch. The user activates the switch then says the name of the person to call. The unit communicates wirelessly with any Bluetooth cell phone or service provider. OPTIONS: Dual pushbutton feathertouch a...[More Information]

  10. VOIM Picture of VOIM -------- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype smart phone for individuals who are blind or with visual impairment. Voim, which means “seeing” in Korean, is a cell phone concept for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Voim is a cellular telephone and electronic navigation aid (GPS) that features voice input functionality and a braille display with a silicon screen. It also has a detachable Bluetooth headset through which audio cues can be transmitted. TITLE: It’s Time for ...[More Information]

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