|Ambutech 42" Graphite Folding Cane||Graphite folding canes that are extra-light with aluminum ferrules and a double-stranded elastic cord that allows easy folding. They have comfortable ribbed putter grips and eyelet-style tips. These canes come with marshmallow tips can be can customized by purchasing a tip that suits the user's lifestyle. Canes come in 2-inch increments. ||Order Ambutech 42" Graphite Folding Cane from The Chicago Lighthouse Store|
|Ambutech Alum Folding Cane with Marshmallow Tip||Ambutech aluminum folding canes are constructed of heavy-gauge aluminum that results in strong joints and excellent tactile transmission. They are easy to fold and have an extra knot that allows for easy replacement of Eyelet-style tips. They come with a marshmallow tip and a ribbed putter handle. Canes are available in 2-inch increments from 36- to 54-inches in 4 email@example.com|
|Braille Compass||Compass with raised dial graduations for touch orientation. North is indicated with an arrow; East, West, and South are marked by braille letters; and intercardinal points are marked with dots. Dial sets on North when cover is closed. When opened, dial is locked in place so graduations can be felt. Includes lanyard. ||Order Braille Compass from The Chicago Lighthouse Store|
|Braille Plus 18 Second Generation||Braille Plus 18 combines a high-quality braille keyboard and refreshable braille display with an advanced mobile platform and specialized accessible software to create the world's first Android smart phone designed for blind students and professionals.
Improve retention, enjoy privacy, and increase literacy with the 18-cell refreshable braille display.
|Braille Sense U2||The New Braille Sense U2 provides power and speed in a notetaker.
Powerful performance with faster processing Boasting a 1GHz Mobile CPU and a 32GB flashdisk, Braille Sense U2 offers rapid data processing combined with as much memory as you desire.
|BrailleNote GPS||GPS system that runs on the BrailleNote and VoiceNote personal digital assistants. Allows user to automatically create routes for either walking or riding in a vehicle; understand street layout before traveling to a new city, using the "virtual explore" mode; generate detailed information about speed, direction, and your altitude; and calculate the distance and direction to a street address or intersection.
||Order BrailleNote GPS from The Chicago Lighthouse Store|
|C2 Talking Compass||A miniature hand-held battery-operated eight-point compass with digitized voice output in a semi-transparent light-blue enclosure. At the top there is the speaker and the activation button. A three-position slide switch on the side is used to switch the compass off (central position) and select one of the two built-in languages or voices.||Order C2 Talking Compass from The Chicago Lighthouse Store|
|HandGuide||Handheld mobility aid that fits comfortably in the hand and stores easily in a pocket or handbag. High-tech, infrared sensors detect objects within four feet. Offers a choice of two modes to detect objects and provide a sense of their distance--Audio mode uses pitch variation and vibration mode quietly uses vibration variation.|
|iPhone||The iPhone is a line of Internet and multimedia-enabled smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. An iPhone functions as a camera phone (also including text messaging and visual voicemail), a portable media player (equivalent to a video iPod), and an Internet client (with e-mail, web browsing, and Wi-Fi connectivity). The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard rather than a physical one. Third-party applications are available from the App Store.
|Kapten PLUS GPS||The Kapten PLUS is a personal navigation device. It can be used to determine where you are, as well as plot routes to local businesses or a specific address. The Kapten PLUS also features an MP3 player, as well as a memo recorder and an FM radio. The Kapten can be controlled either by pressing keys, or by issuing voice commands.|
|Miniguide||Detect obstacles in the palm of your hand with the 2 ounce ultrasonic Miniguide.
Augment information from other mobility aids, like the cane or dog guide,with obstacle-detection by the Miniguide from 1.5 to 26 feet.
The Miniguide uses ultrasonic echo-location to detect objects up to 8 meters away. The aid vibrates to indicate the distance to objects - the faster the vibration rate the nearer the object.
The aid utilizes the latest electronics to provide excellent robustness, reliability and battery life. The batteries normally last for many months.
A single push button* is used to switch the aid on or off and also change settings. The aid has various modes and options.
The main modes are:
26 feet (8 meters), 13 feet (4 meters), 6.5 feet (2 meters), 3 feet (1 meter)) and 1.5 feet (half meter).
|Miniguide US||The Miniguide US is a tiny, handheld electronic travel device that can enhance the effectiveness of a blind person's primary travel method. It uses ultrasound to detect objects, and gives tactual or auditory feedback by vibrating or chirping more rapidly as you approach an object.
The optional Remote Unit is used in an instructional setting so that instructors can receive the same tactual feedback as their students.
Tactile feedback: the closer the object, the faster the vibration.
Auditory feedback when used with headphone (not included): the closer the object, the faster the chirp.
Two large button controls:
Five default ranges: 8 meters, 4 meters, 2 meters, 1 meters, and 1/2 meter
User-friendly: advanced settings do not show up unless specifically turned on
Advanced settings: can select range presets, change type of auditory feedback, and manage the optional Remote Unit
Case: durable plastic
|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|
|RAY G300||RAY, the world's first smartphone specially designed for eye-free operation ? from its unique operating system and eye-free user experience to its specialized built-in content.
The single, affordable devices features multiple advanced services including voice calls, email, messaging, contact list services, calendar, GPS, advanced WEB remote assistance, voice recorder, panic and emergency services, audio-digital library, color identification, pictures transcription, banknote recognition, and more ? all within an intuitive eye-free experience operated by touch and sound-only interaction.
|Reizen Talking Digital Compass||Talking digital car compass with a thermometer, clock with alarm and snooze, stopwatch, date, and a device for repelling mosquitoes. The large LCD display is backlit for easier reading of all information. Clear, female voice speaks the location with a touch of a button. Uses three AAA batteries (not included).||email@example.com|
|Revolution Graphite Folding Cane||Lightweight graphite folding cane that flex back to original shape when bent. original shape. Comes with a large diameter pencil tip made of long life super tough polymer and a firm rubber golf-style grip handle. Teardrop, metal, roller and roller ball tips available.||Order Revolution Graphite Folding Cane from The Chicago Lighthouse Store|
|StreetTalk||Adds speech and braille accessibility to the Destinator 3 GPS application for Pocket PCs. Maps available on Destinator CDs cover the U.S.A., Canada, Western Europe, and Australia and includes categorized points of interest. Users may have StreetTalk create a travel route by entering a city or postal code or choose a destination from the list of points of interest, a list of their favorites, or from their contact list. Directions may be reviewed while traveling and access to a broad range of information is provided in speech and braille. |
|Trekker Breeze||Order Trekker Breeze from The Chicago Lighthouse Store|
|VoiceNote Apex QT ||Built-in options are at your fingertips to access Web pages, download e-mails or retrieve files from your network. Enjoy the convenience of wireless accessories and connectivity to keyboards.
Printers, embossers, hard drives, flash drives and more, it?s a snap to connect to one of the three available USB ports. Keep an updated list of personal contacts and appointments by synchronizing information with your PC.
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|Way Finder Access||GPS software used with a cell phone and a GPS receiver. Interface lets users explore unfamiliar areas as well as identify, select and navigate to points of interest using pre-recorded prompts and a screen reader. Allows users to save favorite destinations; select passenger car, taxi or pedestrian routes; and always find out where they are with the "Where am I?" feature. Also provides information such as street crossings, points of interest and favorites within a vicinity, as well as speed, altitude and firstname.lastname@example.org|
|WCIB Alum Rigid Cane Curved Handle||Heavy duty, yet light, rigid aluminum canes. This model has a putter balance, rubberized
grip handle. These are white canes with the standard red band at the base. They come
in 2 inch increments from 36 to 60 inches.