ViewPlus is touting their new touch screen IVEO learning system which uses the IVEO touchpad system. A couple of markets in play here, one is obviously students and the other is those with learning disabilities. Here’s a link to the press release and here’s an excerpt:
The IVEO system includes a touch-sensitive pad on which raised or embossed templates are placed. Students can touch the tactile pictures and diagrams on the pad while the software speaks descriptions of the objects being touched. Descriptions can include computer speech, recorded speech, sounds, music or even links to web pages or computer files that contain information about objects on the tactile template.
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