ReadDesk for Visually Impaired

first_imgImage Source: EnableMart.comReadDesk is useful for people who are Blind or have vision impairments. It’s an assistive technology device used for simple scanning, reading and magnifying to make reading easy. It has instant text to speech capabilities. Users can scan, read, magnify, save and listen to any printed material in a natural sounding voice. It also has the capability to connect to a laptop or desktop with the supplied USB cable so you can view magnified text on your computer screen. It’s useful for reading books, the newspaper and other documents with small print.Features include:Auto-Start: ReadDesk immediately scans and speaks the text in a natural sounding voice.Talking Menu: Easy navigation. Magnify the menu to suit your needs.Reading and Magnification:Start reading from any paragraph on the page. Skip forward, rewind back or pause and view the crystal clear magnified text. A highlighted box indicates which word is being read.Color Enhancement: Change the colors on the screen in dozens of ways for comfortable reading without straining your eyes. Color options include yellow on black; black on yellow; black on green; green on black; blue on yellow; yellow on blue.Reading Views:  Multiple views that can be personalized based on the material you are readingAdjustable Reading Speed: Configure how fast or loud it reads to suit your needs.Hot Keys: Access every feature using your computer keyboard to be more efficient and productive.Convert Text to PDF: ReadDesk Plus can save printed material as a PDF file, allowing you to access these files using any other program.Convert Text to MP3: ReadDesk Plus can save printed material in MP3 files, allowing you to listen any time or anywhere with your MP3 player.Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedAccessibility Features on the iPadMay 19, 2010In “Accessibility Reviews”CapturaTalk – Mobile Assistive TechnologyApril 23, 2010In “Products and Devices”A suite of new applicationsJanuary 12, 2012In “Easter Seals Crossroads”last_img read more