Intel’s health group is getting in on the eReader game. While the Kindle, Nook and others try to replicate a natural book reading experience, the Intel Reader is built specifically for people that have trouble reading print, including those with dyslexia, low-vision or blindness.
The Intel Reader ca take pictures of text and read it aloud.
Fast forward to about 5:40 in the video to see a demo of a stand that can be used to capture large volumes of content, such as books and newspapers.
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