Friday, September 28, 2012

Enabling the Disabled


From: Speech Technology Magazine - Sep/Oct-2012 - page 24
By: Michele Masterson

Developments in assistive technologies are removing barriers for many.

Assistive technology has come a long way in serving a sometimes marginalized population. A host of innovative products and services are now available to aid those who cannot speak, hear, see, or move, with offerings that run the gamut from voice-controlled wheelchairs to Roger Ebert's synthesized voice, all thanks to advancements in speech technology.

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My Care Share


Fat Finger




SafePath Wheelchair (with videos 2:00, 1:33, 1:27)


CereProc - text to speech


giSTT Speech to Text


giSTT Audio




SpeechTrans Ultimate (with video 3:13)


Enable Talk




Txtlocal Gives a Voice to the Disabled

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