Assistive Technology enables individuals with visual impairments or who are blind to gain information and access to education and work. This category includes magnifiers, braille and speech output devices, screen readers and more.
Screen readers are software programs that allow blind or visually impaired users to read the text that is displayed on the computer screen with a speech synthesizer or braille display. Read more about Screen Readers
A video magnifier, uses a stand-mounted or handheld video camera to project a magnified image onto a video monitor, a television (TV) screen, or a computer monitor. Read more about Video Magnifiers
REFRESHABLE BRAILLE DISPLAYS
Braille displays provide access to information on a computer screen by electronically raising and lowering different combinations of pins in braille cells. Read more about Refreshable Braille Displays
Braille printers receive data from computer devices and emboss that information in braille onto paper through the use of solenoids that control embossing pins. Read more about Braille Printers