The Color Teller Talking Color Identifier is a device designed to help individuals with low vision, color vision impairment, or blindness identify colors. The Color Teller Talking Color Identifier helps to match clothes, identify colors in gardens and homes, access color-coded products, and more. The Color Teller Talking Color Identifier accurately and consistently determines colors and shades, announces all the common colors, plus many tints and shades like pink, pale blue-green, dark brown and
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
The LumiTest is a light probe designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device emits a tone that increases in pitch as light is approached, and when it is in direct contact with materials, lighter colors are indicated by a higher-pitched tone. It can be used to tell whether lights are on, to locate a light source in a room, to tell whether an LED is solid or flashing, to determine whether a page has print on it, or to find the blank space on a letter to write a signa
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 NFB Light Sensor, model AIG20S, is a light probe designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. The NFB Light Sensor is a palm-sized unit. When a button is pressed, the sensor buzzes if it senses light. A higher pitch indicates more light. POWER: Uses two triple-A batteries (included). DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2.5 x 1 x 1 inch.
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
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
Monitors telephone lights, other light panels, LEDs. Unit triggers automatically when probe is pointed directly at a light. Set device to respond to individual light conditions with easy screwdriver adjustment. Presence of a tone and its pitch provide user information. Screwdriver adjusted volume control. Long life alkaline battery included. Nicad rechargeable battery may be used with external charger. Earloop earphone for $2.50.
The Telephone Sensor, model 1033, is a light probe designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Activated by a switch in the hand-held probe, the sensor responds by emitting a tone when pointed at the light panel. Lights are read on a multi-line telephone. Lights that pulse for a ringing or on-hold line are distinguishable from the steady 'on' of a line in use. Features include volume control. The sensor does not read liquid crystal displays. POWER: Requires 9V long-life al
Vindicator is a light probe signal system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision, or who are deaf or hard of hearing. This system is primarily used to make electronic equipment accessible to employees with sensory disabilities, enabling them to work independently in switchboard, security, and other technical and service-oriented environments. It uses optical and electrical sensors to automatically detect signals in security monitoring and other equipment, and provides c