Discover:Screen - Discontinued
Customisable talking onscreen keyboard for users with head movement difficulties
This product is discontinued.
Discover:Screen is the software-only solution that puts a customisable keyboard on the computer screen. Discover:Screen is ideal for people who physically cannot move their head down to look at a keyboard and then back up to the computer screen.
It’s great for people who lose their focus when moving between keyboard and computer screen, too. Use Discover:Screen with a touch screen so users can point to make selections. Or use Discover:Screen with a mouse, joystick or Tracker Pro. Discover:Screen is a flexible writing tool. It’s easy to type whole words or letter by letter to do writing assignments, send email, etc. Keyboards can be edited. Several onscreen keyboards are included. New custom keyboards can be created with TemplateMaker (optional).
Features and Benefits
- Keyboard Customisation
Individual keys or keyboards can easily be edited and changed for individual user needs.
- Speech software
Provides auditory cues and feedback to aid in correct key selections; lets user communicate as they work.
Many Setups are included. This allow users to access many software programs and work at their own cognitive level. Mouse and keyboard functions as well as the ability to launch applications are included.
- Flexible controls
Turn Auto-Click on to automatically select keys; choose and other settings to match user’s access needs.
Minimum System Requirements for Windows
- Windows Vista, 2000, XP
- 256 MB RAM
- Pentium/150 processor or higher
- 250 MB available hard disk space
- SoundBlaster or compatible sound card
- CD-ROM drive
- .NET Framework 2.0 (free download)
Discover:Screen is targeted at the following age ranges:
- All Ages
Discover:Screen is designed to foster development in the areas of:
- Access to computers
Users can access Discover:Screen in the following ways:
- Mouse/ Trackball/ Joystick
- Tracker Pro (USB)
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