ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions
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22 30 Assistive products for reading
Assistive products for extending and adjusting the range and angle of the field vision, see 22 03 15.
Media for storing written information to present it in spoken form.
Assistive products for seeing, see 22 03 00.
Products that store written or print information and present that information using more than one medium, e.g., audio and visual.
Operating sticks, see 24 18 15.
Reading tables, desks and stands, see 18 03 06.
Bed tables, see 18 03 15.
Manuscript holders, see 24 18 24.
Devices that enable a limited area of text to be visible at one time.
Devices for reading and transforming written text into alternative forms of visual, auditory and tactile communication.
Media for presenting content in Braille.
Included are, e.g., books and other printed materials in Braille.
Software used to link and show different kinds of displays and images, cartoons, animation and synchronized sound.