Sony Large Display Am/fm Clock Radio (Model Icf-C492)
The Sony Large Display AM/FM Clock Radio, model ICF-C492, is an alarm clock designed for use by individuals with low vision. It features a large light-emitting diode (LED) display that is highly visible in all ambient environments. The display can be dimmed if desired. The alarm can be set to a radio station or to a gentle buzz. Other features include an analog AM/FM tuner, a snooze bar, full-power memory backup. POWER: Uses alternating current (AC) with optional 9-volt battery for power backup.
Sony Tv & Cable Remote Control (Model Rm-Ez4)
The Sony TV and Cable Remote Control, model RM-EZ4, is a television remote control designed for use by individuals with low vision, arthritis, or fine motor disabilities. This simple TV remote that operates a television with cable or satellite connections. It has large black buttons with bold, high-contrast white numbers as well as clearly marked channel and volume controls. This remote is compatible with most televisions and cable boxes. POWER: Uses 2 AA batteries (not included). DIMENSIONS: 1
Sony Digital Voice Recorder (Model Icd-Bm1)
The Sony Digital Voice Recorder, model ICD-BM1, is a digital recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This digital recorder features up to 347 minutes of recording time using a 16 MB Memory Stick (included), and is compatible with Dragon Naturally Speaking Prefered Voice-To-Print Software (not included). Recording capacity depends on the recording mode used. The recorder has three recording modes with sampling rates of 44.1kHz, 16kHz, or 8kHz. Functions include
Sony Big Button Universal Tv Remote Control (Model Rm-Ez4)
The Sony Big Button Universal TV Remote Control, model RM-EZ4, is a television remote control designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or upper extremity arthritis. Ergonomically designed, this remote control controls both televisions and cable boxes and works with most brands. Features include simplified functions, large buttons, and three-minute memory backup. POWER: uses batteries.
Sony Subtitle Glasses
-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of glasses that provide closed captioning and/or subtitles for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. For individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, going to see a movie at the cinema can be difficult if the film is not already captioned. Sony UK has developed a pair of glasses that display subtitles in time with a given film. The device projects the subtitles onto the lens of the glasses giving the appearance that the subtitles are s
Sony’s STW-C140GI Entertainment Access Glasses with Audio
Sony’s STW-C140GI Entertainment Access Glasses with Audio is a wearable closed captioning device for cinema goers who are deaf or hard of hearing. These Entertainment Access Glasses work with the STW-C140X Receiver Box and the STWA-C101 Data Transmitter (the latter is sold separately, please see separate entry). The Receiver Box, which comes with the captioning glasses, receives closed caption data from a digital cinema server by the Data Transmitter. It then transmits the data to the captioning
Sony’s STWA-C101 Data Transmitter
The STWA-C101 Data Transmitter is part of a closed captioning system for cinema goers who are deaf or hard of hearing. The wireless Data Transmitter, which is connected to a range of cinema servers by Sony and other third-party vendors, transmits captioning data to Sony’s STW-C140X Receiver Box. The Receiver Box then transfers this information to Sony’s STW-C140GI Entertainment Access Glasses with Audio via radio frequency, which displays the captions utilizing holographic technology. In additio
PlayStation 4 System 500GB
The PlayStation®4 System 500GB is a video game console that people can use to play PlayStation games. It has several built-in accessibility features that users can adjust to meet their needs. For example, gamers with learning disabilities can utilize the Text to Speech feature to adjust the reading speed and volume so that they can listen to on-screen text or contextual information spoken aloud; gamers with low vision can invert the displayed colors, increase the screen contrast, and enlarge tex