The Bigmax V2 (ISD1820 version) is a prototype recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is the second version of the Bigmax communicator and is intended to be used with a single button (play function). The device is intended to be used in speech stimulation therapies. This version works with an ISD1820 module, bought from aliexpress.
The Bigmax- Simple voice recorder/player device is a prototype designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device consists of ISD1820 voice recorder module adapted to be used with additional pushbuttons, and externally controlled (3.5 audio jacks). The device is intended to be used with the photo module (available at very low cost on Aliexpress), but can be adapted to be used with other versions.
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype prescription-medicine pill bottle for individual who are blind or have low vision. Two University of Cincinnati design students, Alex Broerman and Ashley Ma, have designed their “Inclusive Bottles for the Blind” in order to make identification and use of pill bottles more straightforward and affordable than existing high-tech solutions. The bottles were designed after carrying out a survey of existing products and end-users identified a nu
The PenFriend Audio Labeller, model DL76, is a voice output labeling sysem designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The unit consists of self-afhesive labels embedded with unique identifying codes, and a pen-shaped, pocket-sized recorder/scanner with a built-in speaker. The user attaches one of the coded self-adhesive labels to an item such as a can of food or a household object, then records a message on the recorder/scanner. The message is played back when the scanner
The Reizen Talking Label Wand is a battery-operated, voice-output labeling system designed to help individuals who are blind or have low vision identify household items, such as cans and jars, medicine bottles, toiletries, articles of clothing, CDs, files, and more. The labeler comes with 232 labels (160 round labels and 72 rectangular, washable labels), each of which can be reused and re-recorded an unlimited number of times. To record a product’s name on a label, the user must turn the wand on
The Scan And Say is a talking barcode scanner designed for those with visual impairments who require additional help identifying certain items such as medications and packaged foods. The scanner allows a sight-impaired person to scan a barcoded item and hear the product's description over a PC computer's speakers. One can also produce a shopping list of items (via scanning) that can be used by a sighted person at the grocery store.
The Sherlock Talking Label Identifier is voice output labeleing system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The system includes a digital voice recorder with adhesive labels and plastic disc tags, which can be attached to clothing, medications, packaged products, frozen foods, documents, books, or CDs. Each recorded message is keyed to one of the labels or tags. To make a voice label, the user holds the recording unit against the label or tag, pushes two buttons, and
The Talking Food Cans are designed for the visually impaired, who have difficulty identifying different objects or similar shapes. This product is meant to help these individuals to keep track of what is in their pantry. The user’s voice can be recorded, telling contents of the can and press button to hear the message played back. Reusable and re-recordable. The product is a magnetic yellow cap that sits on top of any sized steel can. The cap is not just limited to canned food. Using special met
The Talking Label Wand is a voice output labeling system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This wand allows the user to record his or her own talking labels for any item he or she wants to identify. This set includes the wand and 232 adhesive-backed, reusable tactile labels that can be reused. To label an item, the user places one of the sticky labels on an item, touches the label with the wand, and then records a message to identify that item. When the wand touch
Talking Tins, also known in the U.S. as Talking Food Can Labels, are voice output labels designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The label is a magnetic cap that sits on top of a steel can, attaching with built-in magnets on the underside. The user records a voice message on the unit after pressing two RECORD buttons. The message can be played back by pressing a single PLAY button. Recording time is 10 seconds for the yellow label or 30 seconds for the red label. The 30
Touch Memo is a voice output labeling system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The system includes labels that can be attached to CD's, clothing, documents, grocery items, or medicine bottles. To create a recorded label, the user presses the system's electronic pen to the label, then records a descriptive voice tag. The next time the user presses the pen to that label, the pen will read aloud the voice tag associated with the label. The pen has 2 gigabytes (GB) of
Voxcom III is a voice output labeling system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The system comes with 50 or 100 re-recordable cards and a recorder/playback unit. The cards can hold messages up to 10 seconds long, providing descriptions of medication, clothing, food, or household items. Each card is attached to the corresponding item with the included rubber bands, plastic ties, magnets, or hook-and-loop attachments. To read the card, the user inserts it into the re