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Assistive Electronic Devices and Software Document List

Document iconThis page contains the full list of the 187 items, articles, fact sheets, and documents from the Disabled World Electronics/Software category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publications List (187 Items):

1 : Alexa, be My Friend - Kids Talk to Technology, But How Does Tech Respond?.

2 : Google Glass Helps Kids With Autism Read Facial Expressions.

3 : How Special Needs Desperately Need Augmented Reality.

4 : Paralyzed Man Rocks with Jamboxx Musical Device He Invented.

5 : Epihunter Classroom - Making Silent Epileptic Seizures Visible.

6 : Access Stylus Makes Touchscreens Accessible for Everyone.

7 : GlassOuse Assistive Device V1.2 and G-Switch Series are Ready for Pre-order.

8 : Wearable Stretchable Electronics Aid Stroke Recovery Treatment.

9 : Augmented Reality ProjectDR Lets Doctors See Under the Skin.

10 : Virtual Reality Goes Magnetic with Electronic 'Skin' Sensors.

11 : JAMBOXX an NYSID Adaptive technology Product.

12 : Athena Fund Distributes iPads to 3,000 Special Education and Kindergarten Teachers in Israel in 2017.

13 : Foot Mouse with Programmable Pedal.

14 : Israeli President Honors Special Education Teachers.

15 : Athena Fund Distributes iPads to Special Ed Teachers in Southern Israel.

16 : Bringing Smile and Head Mouse Control to AAC and Eye Tracking Devices.

17 : UCIC Launches Hardware Agnostic Alexa Voice Service Client.

18 : New VR Technology Uses Mouth Gestures to Interact in Virtual Reality.

19 : Brain-Computer Interface Augmented With Virtual Walking Avatar Can Control Gait.

20 : iPad for Every Special Education Teacher in Israel.

21 : Taking Eye Fatigue Out of Virtual Reality With New 3D Display.

22 : MAS App - Mobile Workplace Accommodation Case Management App.

23 : Brain Interface Device Helps Stroke Patients Retrain Brains to Move Paralyzed Hands.

24 : LanguageLine InSight for iPhone Interpreter App.

25 : Virtual Reality and Other Technologies Poised to Aid Mental Health Treatment.

26 : Virtual Reality Used to Help Prevent Falls.

27 : Big Keys App: Large Keyboard and Emoji Magnifier for Cell Phones.

28 : Connect by BeWarned: Simple App Assists Deaf to Communicate.

29 : Immersive Virtual Reality Helping Children with Autism Overcome Phobias.

30 : Brain Computer Interface Allows Completely Locked-In People to Communicate.

31 : Teleoperation and Autonomy Can Improve Mobility For Disabled Drivers.

32 : 3dRudder: A Foot Powered Virtual Reality and Gaming Controller.

33 : VR Technology May Improve Motor Skills in Damaged Limbs.

34 : Amputees with Phantom Limb Pain Helped by Augmented Reality.

35 : Augmented Reality Technology Advances Learning.

36 : EdSim: Virtual and Augmented Reality Learning Experiences Challenge.

37 : BeWarned: Free App for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People.

38 : Closed Captions and Transcripts Benefit Most Students.

39 : Chatstasy App Makes Smartphones Less Complicated for Seniors and Disabled.

40 : Smyle Mouse Version 1.2 for Hands-free Control via Face Gestures.

41 : VocaliD Personalized Digital Voices for Assistive Devices.

42 : VADIA Virtual Reality Simulator Helps Teenagers with Autism Learn How to Drive.

43 : Disability and Virtual Reality Technology.

44 : Sitecues - Improving Patron Web Accessibility.

45 : Windows 10 to Remain Free for People with Accessibility Needs.

46 : Vision Website Accessibility Checklist.

47 : YouTube & Tablet Computers Empower People with Intellectual Disability.

48 : CaptiVoice.com Helps Students Read Better.

49 : First Accessibility Compliant Electronic Laboratory Notebook.

50 : Phone Wear 360° - Perfect Smart Phone Holder for Elderly & People with Disability.

51 : Touch Screen Technology Problems? Ask a 2 Year Old.

52 : OptiKey: Assistive On-screen Keyboard.

53 : Capti Narrator for Education: Effective & Accessible Teaching & Learning.

54 : Something Happened Windows 10 Error Message Fix.

55 : XL-Viewer: Smartphone for Seniors & Disabled.

56 : Grizpaw One Handed Games Controller (Left or Right).

57 : New Google Chrome Accessibility Extensions.

58 : Robotic Grasping Tools and Brain Control.

59 : Kurzweil 1000 V14 Accessible Text-to-speech Software.

60 : Keeble - Accessible iOS 8 keyboard.

61 : Acapela Group Acapela TTS voices for NVDA Screen Reader.

62 : Wrise - New Accessible Mac Word Processor.

63 : Learning Math Through Movement with Kinect for Windows.

64 : Tablet Computers for Educational Medium.

65 : Pediatric Special Needs Gaming Platform Timocco Launches Progress Tool for Performance Tracking.

66 : Window-Eyes 9 Screen Reader Released by Ai Squared.

67 : New Accessibility Microsoft Office Online Options.

68 : Capti Narrator: Listen to Anything on Windows and Mac Computers.

69 : 3 Month License of JAWS Screen Reader for Windows.

70 : Introducing Seniors to Social Media Improves Health and Combats Isolation.

71 : New Intel System Provides Professor Stephen Hawking Better Communication.

72 : Eye Tracking Mouse for People with Disabilities from Samsung.

73 : Secure 3-D QR Codes - No Internet Required.

74 : DOL Announces Launch of Web Portal on Accessible Workplace Technology.

75 : List of Computer Screen Readers for Visually Impaired.

76 : TabAccess Device Helps Make Computer Tablets More Accessible.

77 : HAFEM Matrix: Accessibility Features for Disabled eLearners: Microsoft Windows vs. Mac OS X.

78 : Accessible ReadSpeaker docReader - Online Document Viewer of Choice.

79 : Launch of Project Ubi Odyssey the Ubiquitous Computer.

80 : Mind Reading Robots are Coming.

81 : Google Glass: Revolutionary Uses for Persons with Disability.

82 : Tobii Brings Gaze Interaction to Tablet Devices.

83 : Vocally Voice Activated Phone Dialer Review.

84 : HandsFree News Rss Reader - RSS News for Everybody.

85 : Text-To-Speech Freeware Panopreter Basic Enables Computer Speak With Natural Sounding Voices.

86 : Greyhound Joins eSSENTIAL Accessibility Initiative to Support Consumers with Disabilities.

87 : Handheld Talking Graphing Calculator for Visually Impaired.

88 : Promising Developments in Online and Technological Accessibility.

89 : Device Helps Children with Disabilities Access Touch Screen Devices.

90 : Accessibility Features in Windows 8.

91 : Accurate Mind Controlled Computer Cursor.

92 : iPad Mini Accessibility Features for People with Disabilities.

93 : Ubi Voice-activated Computer Will Benefit People with Disabilities and Elderly.

94 : Lip Reading Computer Interprets Emotions.

95 : NPointer: Hand or Arm Gestures Control Computer Without Mouse or Touchpad.

96 : JayBee Augmentative Communication (AAC) System.

97 : Apple Mountain Lion OSX Accessibility Features.

98 : Amaze - Website Accessibility Software from Deque Systems.

99 : Apple iPad Helps Boy Find His Voice.

100 : Captcha Monster - Automatic Website Captcha Code Filler.

101 : Essential Accessibility: Tools for Website Accessibility.

102 : Demonstration of Technology to Assist Visually Impaired Better Utilize Computers.

103 : How to Get an iPad for a Child with a Disability.

104 : iPad - A Voice for Children with Autism.

105 : Connecting iPad iPhone or iPod to TV or Projector.

106 : BodyWave Reads & Reacts to Brainwaves and Provides Interactive Feedback.

107 : DVDVideoSoft Programs Fully Accessible for People with Visual Impairments.

108 : iPad Kiosks Compliant with New ADA Standards.

109 : Boogie Board Rip LCD Writing Tablets - Paperless Society Moves Closer to Reality.

110 : Tobii PCEye: Eye Tracking Control for Computers.

111 : Apple iPad 2 Accessibility Features Review.

112 : ACB and Google Study Computers and Assistive Technology in Blind Community.

113 : Tired Eyes from 3D TV and Mobile Phone Displays.

114 : People with Disabilities, Jobs and Technological Accessibility in America.

115 : DynaWrite Keyboard Communication Device Allows Persons with Speech Disabilities to Type and Talk.

116 : Developmental Disabilities Software Version 9.

117 : FrontFace for Windows 7 Tablet Functionality.

118 : Inclusive Technology's MyZone wins prestigious Award for Best Special Educational Resources or Equipment involving ICT.

119 : IVONA Text to Speech for Developers.

120 : The Role of Assistive Computer Technology.

121 : Apple's iPad Helps Special-Needs Kids Communicate.

122 : Human Cues to Improve Computer User Friendliness.

123 : Taking Brain Computer Interfaces to the Next Level.

124 : Brain Computer Interfaces for People with Spinal Cord Injuries.

125 : Apple iPad Accessibility Features.

126 : All-in-one Literacy Support Software Package.

127 : Ipads Help Autistic Children Communicate.

128 : More Choice and Access for Print-Disabled Americans.

129 : National Industries for the Blind Calls for Increased Internet Accessibility.

130 : USB for Medical Diagnosis.

131 : Special Pricing for Intel Reader That Transforms Printed Text to Spoken Word for People with Reading Disabilities.

132 : Using Mind Power to Control a Computer.

133 : infovox3 Portable Talking Companion for Visually Impaired Users.

134 : Hot Virtual Keyboard Ideal for Persons with Physical Disabilities.

135 : K-NFB Launches Blio Free E-reader Software.

136 : ROKTalk Multi-Language Text-To-Speech Service for Websites.

137 : Internet Explorer 9 Beta Release.

138 : IVONA Text-To-Speech - Lifelike Text-to-Speech.

139 : Panopreter Plus Text to Speech Software.

140 : New Accessible Kindle.

141 : Librarian of Congress Says Blind Have Right to Access E-books.

142 : HP Supports Disabled American Veterans in Benefit Outreach Efforts.

143 : Digital TV Changeover Made Simple.

144 : Co:Writer University Edition Writing Tool Helps College Students with Disabilities.

145 : Reading eBooks and Accessible Textbooks with NEW Read:OutLoud University Edition eBook Reader.

146 : DocNog Mobile App Medical Provider Search.

147 : Talking Touch-screens on Computer Devices.

148 : Wireless Association® to Focus on Accessibility and Disability Issues.

149 : Blio e-Reader Software Information and Accessibility.

150 : Jedi Mind Inc Comments on Mayo Clinic "Typing With Brainwaves" Video.

151 : Boogie Board LCD Writing Tablet.

152 : Jedi Mind Focuses Medical Division on $220 Billion Disabled Market.

153 : Brain Power: Thought Controlled Computer Mouse.

154 : Camera Mouse: Control Your Mouse Pointer with Head Movements.

155 : Accounting Software for Vision Impaired, World First.

156 : Heal Your Body and Mind with Apple iPad App.

157 : FBN ITPro Wireless to Provide Free Nationwide Wireless Service.

158 : Kindle E-reader Motivates Less-enthusiastic Readers.

159 : Independent Learning in the Classroom with Read&Write GOLD Assistive Technology.

160 : Apple iPad Information Price and Accessibility Features.

161 : IBM to Collaborate With Universities to Make Mobile Devices More Accessible.

162 : The Tech-Aid Institute and People with Intellectual Disabilities.

163 : New Tool to Help Visually Impaired Perform Online Banking.

164 : Brain Waves "Write" to Computer.

165 : Universities Will Not Deploy Kindle DX as Textbook Reader - National Federation of the Blind.

166 : Sony VAIO X Series World's Lightest Notebook.

167 : Webwide Symbol-Supported Browser.

168 : vOICe Learning Edition Browser for the Blind.

169 : WebbIE - A Web Browser for Blind and Visually-Impaired People.

170 : SpeakOn - Audio and Text Media Screen Readers.

171 : Simply Talker 2000 Screen Reader for Windows.

172 : Homer - Voicing Web Browser for the Blind.

173 : The Kindle 2.0 Book Reader - Facts and Accessibility.

174 : Microsoft Windows Version 7 and Accessibility Factors.

175 : Removing Barriers of Autism Via Keyboard.

176 : Faster Computer Chips Using Graphene.

177 : Free Radmin for People with Physical Disabilities.

178 : ConfidentReader Review - NaturalSoft Products.

179 : NaturalSoft's NaturalReader Review.

180 : Ghotit Spell Checker for People with Dyslexia.

181 : Wheelchair Workstations for Computers and Work Areas.

182 : Computer Screen Magnifiers Suitable for Visually Impaired.

183 : Windows Vista Speech Recognition and Narrator.

184 : List of Hotkeys Keyboard Shortcuts for Computers.

185 : Using Sticky Keys for Computer Accessibility - Windows and Mac.

186 : Windows Vista - Lowering Screen Resolution.

187 : Computerized Writing Aids Assist Persons with Aphasia.


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