Alphabet Coloring Sheets are coloring pages with letters on them designed for pre-readers and writers to practice fine motor skills and to learn letter identification, word association, and sound matching. The illustrations are of common objects, large, and simple with a pleasing to the eye blue color raised line. There are a total of 26 sheets in each set, each representing a letter of the alphabet. Color the picture AND the name of the object (below the picture) AND the upper case and lower ca
The Color Change Timer is a color, sound and light alert timer designed for both hearing or sight-impaired individuals. Once the time is set, the timer will pulse green, at 10 minutes it changes to pulse yellow. For the final minute, the timer pulses red and sounds a bell alarm.
Color Talk is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The user positions the device on the surface of the material whose color is to be identified, and presses a button. The sensor then identifies the color and speaks the color name. Approximately 220 colors can be distinguished using 13 standard colors and qualifiers for lightness, saturation, and hue. The unit calibrates itself when used, so the correct information for each color is given. POWER: Us
Color Teller is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device announces all the common colors, plus many tints and shades like pink, pale blue-green, dark brown, and vivid yellow. Users can choose between two levels of color detail. The volume is adjustable and users can choose between English, French, and Spanish. The device can be operated with a single button. A "Hold" option allows the user to bring the device up to an ear before the color n
Colorino is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device can detect more than 150 nuances of color, announcing them in a clear voice. It is available in 20 different languages, including English and Spanish. Its light probe function can detect sources of light and differentiate between natural and artificial sources. It can be connected to other electronic devices. Other features include a hole for inserting a ribbon to carry the device around
The ColorTest II Talking Color Analyzer is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Using a clear human voice, this hand-held device announces the color of any object placed in contact with its sensitive detector. It can distinguish more than 1,000 nuances of color. About the size of a remote control, the device has a detector on one end that senses color, a built-in speaker, and three operations buttons. Depending on the settings selected, the device
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype device to assist individuals who are blind or have low vision to identify objects and read text. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a camera-equipped ring, EyeRing, that can identify objects and read text, transmitting the information to the user audibly. The EyeRing is a finger-worn device that the user points at an object, takes a photo, and hear voice feedback describing the object that the ring is f
The GeoPeg Stacking Tower is a 3-peg base for stacking 3 sets of colorful wooden blocks designed for children with learning disabilities to encourage fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, sequencing, color-learning, shape-learning, size-learning and creativity. Features doughnuts, cones and octagons. Stack from big to small, warm to cool or cool to warm colors. Practice stacking them in order, then start exploring freely and creatively.
The Mobile Color Recognizer and Light Detector (MCR) is a light detection and color identification program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This software works with Mobile Speak and Mobile Accessibility cell phone display readers (see separate entries) to enable a camera phone to function as a color identifier and light detector. It works with almost all Symbian series 60 phones. With this software, the phone can be used to determine the color (or different color
The Nickster Train is an educational toy designed for use by young individuals who have neurological, cognitive, fine motor, and learning disabilities. This toy train encourages fine motor skills, counting, color recognition, and imagination. Users can play with the cars individually, roll them along the carpet or table, then connect them together as a colorful speedy train. Each car is numbered, number plates permanently attached to cars. It also features downloadable iPhone app for extra game
This activity is designed to help Autistic children or children with learning disabilities and slow fine motor skills learn how to read and identify colors by using pipe cleaners, a Sharpie, and tape.
The Rainbow Color Reader, model Mk2, is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device identifies red, orange, yellow, gold, green, blue-green, blue, purple, pink, white, black, gray, brown, beige as well as light and dark. In combination, the device can identify 38 colors. To use, an individual firmly places an article flat against the plastic window at the end of the Rainbow Color Reader and then presses the button on the top. When held up to a
The RAY is a cellular phone configured for use by people who are blind or have low vision. The RAY is a fully functional Huawei Vision smartphone with an Android operating system that has been modified to simplify navigation through the phone's functions and applications (apps) and to provide voice input for certain functions and apps as well as voice output for all screen content using text-to-speech technology. In addition to basic smartphone capabilities such as calling, text messaging, calen
Responder is a voice output monitoring system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This system integrates machine vision and speech technologies to provide an automated monitoring and event notification system for workplace and industrial installations, enabling employees who are blind or visually impaired to work in security and monitoring environments. The system continuously watches electronic equipment, such as alarm panels, and provides notification via recorded
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a tactile system that allows individuals who are blind or have low vision to learn to sense colors through touch. Understanding the concept of color can be challenging for individuals with visual disabilities. The Reveal project aims to utilize a tactile system of simple shapes that can be easily learned by anyone for application in everyday life. Using tactile flashcards and posters as well as an audio application (or app) for smartphon
The Stoplight Golight Timer is designed for both individuals with hearing or cognitive impairments to help manage time. It can be used for children as young as two. Red light means stop and complete task, green light means time is up, and it’s time to go. Users will set the desired amount of time and press Start. The red light illuminates and time counts down. When time is up, red light off, green light on. ?
The Talking ColorTest 2000 Memo is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The user places the sensor on the surface of an object to hear the name of its color announced. The user may choose to hear Universal color names (like blue, red, yellow), Common color names (like slate grey, bright mustard, coffee brown), or both. In addition, the color models HSL (Hue- Saturation-Luminosity) and RGB (Red-Green-Blue) may be analyzed to give an even more detail
The Talking Colour Detector is a color identifier designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The user holds the front of the unit against a surface (paper, cloth, wood, or plastic), and the color name is spoken. The device has three user-selectable volume levels. A clip-on cover protects the sensors when the device is carried in a pocket; the cover clips onto the back of the case when the device is being used. The case has been ergonomically designed for both right- and le
The VOICEYE Mate is a voice output bar code reader, color identifier and a digital talking book player designed for use by individuals with blindness, low vision, dyslexia or other reading disabilities. This unit reads digital books aloud in a human-sounding voice. The VOICEYE Mate can read data from VOICEYE bar codes on printed content with its scanner. VOICEYE bar codes contain up to two pages of text, and when the user reads the bar code with the device's camera, the device will display the d