|LibraII Reading Machine ||The stand alone Reading Machine with an excellent speech-output. With the new Libra Reading Machine you are able to listen to text at the touch of a button. Simple to use without having to study long and complicated instructions. All you have to do is place your print on the glass of the scanner, lean back and let the LIBRA do the rest. No computer skills needed to operate this product. All components are integrated in an elegant case with a few keys on the front panel. Just plug in the power cable, push the switch, and start reading. Libra Reading Machine automatically recognizes the page orientation on the glass and converts the text into spoken language and reads it aloud to you.
|Mobile Accessibility||Mobile Accessibility is a screen-access application which allows people who are blind or have low vision to use an Android phone in an intuitive, easy and simple way.
Mobile Accessibility is two products in one:
- A suite of 10 accessible applications (Phone, Contacts, SMS, Alarm, Calendar, Email, Web, Where am I, Apps and Settings) which have been especially designed for the blind and visually impaired. They all have a simplified interface whose textual information is spoken using Vocalizer® voice synthesis.
- A screen reader which allows you to explore beyond the suite and navigate the standard interface of your phone.
|Mobile Geo||A GPS program that runs on mobile phones. You can pinpoint your location, learn about the points of interest (POIs) in your immediate vicinity, plan a route between specified points of origin and destination, and get instructions on maneuvers to make as well as information about waypoints along a route that you are following. Requires Mobile Speak screen firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mobile Magnifier||Plug-in magnifier that works with the Mobile Speak screen reader to provide both screen magnification and speech output. Magnifies the whole phone screen and focuses on the items as the user moves through the information being displayed. Features three different layout types: a full screen layout, which shows the whole screen; a distributed layout, which is similar to the full screen but always shows the soft keys and the title; and a classic layout, which consists of a separate magnified window that provides an enlarged view of the active portion of the main window. ||email@example.com|
|Mobile Magnifier Pocket||Full-screen screen magnification application for personal digital assistants and Smartphones. Enlarges and enhances all items of the display, automatically detecting and magnifying the areas of interest as the user navigates through the device’s user interface.|
|Mobile Speak||Cell phone-based screen reader for the Symbian operating system. Provides text-to-speech access to many of the features and functions of selected cell phones, including several models from Nokia.|
|Mobile Speak Pocket||Screen reader that provides access to mobile devices using the Pocket PC and Pocket
PC Phone editions of the Windows Mobile operating system. Allows navigation of the
interface and use of applications on mainstream personal digital assistants (PDAs)
and PDA phone hybrid devices. Provides access to Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Pocket Power Point, File
Explorer, Pocket Internet Explorer, Messaging for both SMS and e-mail, Pocket MSN
Messenger, PPC Phone application, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes, Windows Media and Microsoft Voice Command. Mobile Speak Pocket supports over 15 different input/output braille devices from leading manufacturers.
|Mobile Speak Smartphone||Screen reader that provides access to a variety of Windows Mobile SmartPhones. Provides access to all the features and applications, including Word Mobile, Excel and PowerPoint, Windows Live MSN, Pocket Internet Explorer, Microsoft Voice Command, Calendar, Contacts, e-mail, etc. Supports over 15 different input/output Braille devices from leading firstname.lastname@example.org|