BraillePen 12 is the Bluetooth Braille keyboard - with Braille display.
Connect to your phone, netbook,PC or tablet; navigate your external device, write SMS, browse the internet, do 6-key entry into your favorite Braille translator, or simply type. BraillePen 12 gives you now even more independence with the Clibboard. You can jot a note or a phone number without having to be connected to an external device, store it in your BraillePen 12 and later transfer it out to any edit field.
BraillePen 12 works with many access packages including iOS VoiceOver, Talks, Mobile Accessibility, MobileSpeak, Supernova and WindowsEyes, all with both Keyboard and Braille Display; it allows you to control Jaws (32-bit) and operate Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 as a bluetooth keyboard with our BraillePen Wrier software.Link to further Information
The BraillePen Slim is a portable Braille input keyboard, so that you can input in Braille directly into your mobile device.
Superbly portable, with easy action and enviable battery life, the BraillePen Slim will give you simple keyboard access to computers and portable devices alike. If your device supports Bluetooth® and uses a standard access package, we probably have a BraillePen driver that will work for you.
BraillePen knows about many access packages, including: MobileSpeak, TALKS, Dolphin Supernova, iPhone, Apple, Windows Mobile and Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, as a Bluetooth® keyboard with our BraillePen Write software.Link to further Information
The Mountbatten Brailler is the complete Braille learning centre for children and their teachers. A professional resource, the Mountbatten Brailler offers exceptional connectivity and software to support flexible teaching and educational needs.
The Mountbatten is a simple tool that can be used to develop awareness of Braille symbols and characters. The clear audio response reinforces learning and tells the student which commands are being entered.Link to further Information
The Exelon Mouse helps readdress our perception of people with disabilities.
The Exelon Mouse is a fully-functional device that replaces a standard computer mouse. The main difference is that with the Exelcon Mouse the user controls the mouse pointer with their mouth. As a tool that supports communication, it ensures ergonomic interaction with computer making it a great solution for:
1) People with cerebral palsy;
2) People with progressive mascular dystrophy;
3) People with quadriplegica;
4) People with spinal cord injuries;
5) People with paralysis;
6) People with amputations;
7) Other people that are not able to use traditional computer mouses.
This device is very intutive and can be used right out of the box.
The movements of the mouse pointer on the screen are triggered by the respective movements of the mouthpiece. The left mouse click is rendered by sipping the air, while the right click is caused by puffing into the mouthpiece.
Additional features in Exelon Mouse offer numerous and flexible options that allow users to customize it to all their needs.
AsTeRICS is intended to facilitate access for people with a physical disability to different devices such as personal computers, cell phones and smart home devices via one single system which offers a wide range of different input methods.One input method that works well for a user may later be used in different situations and devices - e.g. same method for controlling thecomputer's mouse may be used to operate a PC but also to control their home stereo.
AsTeRICS provides a system for developing user driven AT by combining emerging sensor techniques like Brain-Computer Interfaces (BNCI) and computer vision with basic actuators (like switches, sip/puff sensors, special mice/joysticks, etc.)Link to further Information