A dream come true? Looks like there’s a word predictor hiding in OS5 just waiting to be tweeked out. Will let you know how it works! (link).
Tobii just checked into the apps world with their Sono Flex (link). Its the first foray for the “large” AAC firms – if you don’t count Silverkite or the new MJ apps. Sono Flex utilizes some iPad-specific features, but closely resembles the Tobii line of dedicated products. The app market presents some interesting and significant […]
Ben Slotznick and his mateys at Point-and-Read (link) has come out with a swashbuckling new product: “Arr! So yer mateys be talkin’ at ye all pirate like, an’ ye want t’ join th’ parley. Or perchance … ye just mean to fire off a rapid string o’ piratical broadsides. Well, me bucko, ye come to […]
So this is what it takes to make a kindle accessable? Kudos to the engineer, thumbs down to Amazon (link)
A new ambiguous keyboard concept for iOS. (link).
GoogleLabs has introduced a web-based, multilingual autocomplete/word predictor. Looks like it has the ability to be integrated into a variety of applications. Lets go programmers!!(link).
Go Karen!!! (link to article). ( Link to the Tar Heel Reader)
Tobii announced a stand-alone eye-tracking device that can be used with most personal computers. Based on their existing eye-tracking technology, PCEyes will be commercially available for about $7000 (link).
(thanks Frank) Look’s like we are finally getting down to business! Who wants a tablet for work or gaming anyway. We want tablets FOR OUR BABIES so that they can be brought into the BORG as infants! (link). Despite the addictive social engineering potential of this device (think cigarettes everyone), it does look like a […]
(from the website): Apps4Android, Inc. is an Android software development company dedicated to developing free-to-the-user and very low-cost, high-quality, Android applications that enhance the quality-of-life, independence, employability and educational success of individuals with disabilities… Apps4Android is responsible for then first AAC application for Android phones (iAugCom) as well as a number of free-to-inexpensive AT applications. […]