The AbleNet Audible Personal Amplifier is a basic device that amplifies, or increases, the volume of wanted sounds in the environment while attempting to filter out unwanted or distracting noise in the environment. The AbleNet Audible Personal Amplifier has adjustable volume and tone and a battery life providing the user with 200 hours of use.
EyeGaze Edge is a gaze recognition system that allows the user experiencing disability to navigate many applications on a computer tablet. For individuals experiencing severe motor disabilities with complex communication needs
The CBM65 geriatric cell phone is a basic cell phone that is designed for elderly users. This device features large buttons for easy use and a large LCD screen that allows for easy view of letters and text. Beyond the easy to use features, the cell phone has a large SOS button on the back of the phone that allows the user to notify emergency personnel if they are in trouble.
Tacit project - sonar for the blind (Hand-Mounted Haptic Feedback Sonar Obstacle Avoidance Assistance Device). It measures the distance to things and translates that into pressure on the wrist. From Steve Hoefer at Grathio Labs
The Windows-Eyes software program allows visually impaired individuals to use their mouse as a highlighter of sorts. When the user scrolls words, programs or images, the synthesized speech generating device reads to the use what is being highlighted. For individuals experiencing vision loss, they can use the arrow keys to navigate the through various documents, while the software translates the document in to synthesized speech.