Computer Tactile Graphics Display
Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display (Model Dv-1)
The Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display, model DV-1, is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This portable tactile display device converts graphical information from a computer screen into touchable images in real time. It can display all types of tactile images, including text characters, braille, magnification and reduction, scrolling, and moving images. Users can touch the image of a computer mouse in performing the click and drag o
Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display (Model Dv-2)
The Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display, model DV-2, is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device is capable of converting graphical information from a computer screen into touchable images in real time. It can display text characters and braille; maps, animal figures, and other line art; scanned photographs and images from digital cameras; and moving images. Operations such as click and drag with the computer mouse, scrolling,
Magic Touch Screen
The Magic Touch Screen transforms any standard monitor or notebook computer into a scratch-resistant, touch-interactive device. It detects a user's touch for mouse cursor movement, clicking, double clicking, and dragging. The Magic Touch Screen works most effectively with any mouse-driven software.
OPTIR Touch is a retrofit solution for turning almost any computer imaged surface into an interactive device. It utilizes optical infrared technology to convert an existing display monitor, projection screen, or video wall into a multi-touch screen interactive surface. OPTIR Touch can be ordered fully assembled or in framed segments to reduce shipping costs.
Siafu Pc For The Blind
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an computer display and keyboard for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Siafu is a tactile computer display that combines the standard braille display with a new screen that can present text, braille or graphics in three-dimensional relief. The tactile screen's surface utilizes a conceptual material called Magneclay, an oil-based synthetic agent that has the ability to reshape itself into any shape via a controlled electromagn