Canon Voice Guidance/Voice Operation Kits
Optional tools available from Canon that allows users to control their Canon devices by means of voice recognition technology. The kits feature a speaker and a flexible microphone that allow users to input commands and perform certain device operations using their voice. The kits feature software-driven speakers attached to the side of the device. Through simplified tactile input, users can navigate the user interface and receive audible confirmation when operating the machine. The voice type, volume, and speed are adjustable based on the user’s preference.

I.D. Mate Quest
Portable all-in-one talking bar code scanner for identifying items through the product’s bar code or UPC. Using text-to-speech and digital voice recording technologies, it allows users to access an on-board database of product descriptions, along with a tailored set of recorded voice messages. Additional bar code labels are available to label any product or item that does not already have a bar code. Adhesive, tag, and clothing labels can be placed on nearly anything.

J-Say Pro
Voice recognition software that integrates Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional version 11, from Nuance, and JAWS for Windows version 13, from Freedom Scientific. Also presents user with an easy-to- understand interface enabling interaction with the computer using natural language and easy-to-remember and understand vocabulary.

Universal math reader that now enables math to be spoken in assistive technology products. Has the most advanced support for MathML of any renderer available, including support for MathML 3 features such as line-breaking, indentation and elementary math, and supports both visual rendering and speech in Internet Explorer (requires Enterprise Mode in IE11).

Interactive equation editor for Windows and Macintosh that lets user to insert mathematical notation for word processing, web pages, desktop publishing, presentations, eLearning, and for TeX, LaTeX, and MathML documents. Requires use by someone with sight to actually create the math equations. Primarily used by sighted teachers, braille transcribers, disability resource staff and rehabilitation personnel to create accessible math materials.

Money Talks
Accessible bank account management software package that offers the user a simple and effective means of recording and maintaining accurate information for a variety of accounts. Offers the user the ability to download and use electronic banking information to reconcile accounts, remember the last workspace used in the program, emboss or print the check register in a variety of formats, and print many types of bank checks. Can be used with a screen reader or with its own self-voicing feature.

Note Teller2
Portable banknote reader that announces all U.S. currency, old and new, in either English or Spanish. A version of the Note Teller for deaf-blind individuals uses a simple-to-learn series of vibrations to indicate the denomination of each bank note.

PenFriend Audio Labeler
Audio labelling system that allows users to easily record, and re-record, information onto self-adhesive labels. Consists of a digital pen and labels which contain barcodes that the pen can read. Has memory built into it, along with a microphone and speaker system. Allows user to place a label, scan, and make an audio recording of what the label represents. Comes with 127 mixed labels, 1GB of memory, a USB cable (for backup), a lanyard, and batteries.

SciPlus-2300 (Scientific Calculator with Speech)
Large button, big display scientific calculator. Performs scientific, statistical and trigonometric calculations, and fractions. Has the ability to evaluate functions and enables user to evaluate mathematical expressions. Includes speech output via earbuds (included). Two language audio output available in EN/ES or EN/FR or EN/AR. Features include large 6" display with adjustable contrast, inverse video, and four-level backlight. Includes USB charger and country-specific adapter.