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
Enhanced Note Teller 2
The Enhanced Note Teller 2 is a portable vibrating paper money identifier designed for use by individuals who are deaf-blind. Like the Note Teller 2 (see separate entry), the Enhanced Note Teller 2 can identify U.S. paper currency from $1 to $100 in both the new and old bill formats, but instead of speech output the Enhanced Note Teller 2 uses vibration codes to indicate different denominations of currency. Operating instructions in print, braille, and on tape are included. POWER: Uses one 9-vol
Canadian Bank Note Reader
The Canadian Bank Note Reader is a voice output and vibrating paper money identifier designed for individuals who are blind or deaf-blind or who have low vision. The Canadian Bank Note Reader recognizes all Canadian bank notes currently in circulation and those expected to be in circulation over the next few years. Output modes that may be selected by the user include tone output, vibration, and speech in either French or English. There is a volume control for speech and tone announcements as we
Note Teller 2
The Note Teller 2 is a portable voice output paper money identifier designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Note Teller 2 reads U.S. paper currency from $1 to $100 in both the new and old bill formats in either English or Spanish. Note Teller 2 uses state-of-the-art optical sensing and imaging technology to scan and read in any orientation, turning itself on and off automatically as notes are read. It features adjustable volume and headphone jacks (headphone not included).
The Sensory 6 is an audible electronic mobility aid used in conjunction with a cane that detects objects through ultrasound and indicates their presence to the user via a series of tones. The device has three components: eyeglasses with built-in range detectors, earphones, and a base unit containing the electronic components and the rechargeable power supply. The unit includes volume control and sliders for specifying short and long range. The user receives the auditory cues through the earphone