DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/2002) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. An Open Book is a stand-alone optical character recognition device that scans and reads any typeset and typewritten material and converts it to synthetic speech.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Anti-Glare Magnification Screen fits over the screen of all Macintosh 128K, 512K, Plus, and SE computers. A magnification lens doubles the size of characters and images on the screen.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Aphasia Series: I through VIII is a reading tutorial program designed for people with aphasia and others with reading and comprehension problems.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Low vision reader with two separate cameras and 19 inch video monitor, front controls, 6X to 60X magnification. Split screen and black on white or white on black monitor options.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Low vision reading system with mounted camera, 19 inch video monitor, and 16 by 16 inch XY reading platform. 6X to 60X magnification. Built in adjustable aid for use with typewriters.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Compact low vision reading system requires 17 inches of table space. Enclosed camera and 19 inch video monitor in stand, 16 by 16 inch XY reading platform. Magnification 4X to 45X.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Low Vision reading system has built in adjustable stand with folding legs. Portable. Weighs approximately 28 pounds. 12 inch video monitor with pan tilt camera mount.
The Argus 3000/l Screen Magnification System is a computer screen magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This hardware device magnifies text and graphics appearing on the computer screen, including recognition and tracking of cursor.
The Around-The-Neck Magnifier, model 2677, is a magnifier designed for keeping hands free for work and hobbies for individuals with low vision. The lens is a Biconvex PXM lightweight lens mounted in transparent plastic to prevent shadowing effects.
This Artic Attack and other S and Z games are designed for use in the classroom, treatment, or home, and is for individuals with lisps, as by playing the game, the player works on the correct pronunciation of words.