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Sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education
Specializes in sales and installation of products for people with visual impairments. Represents many manufacturers of low vision and blindness products
Arkenstone/Freedom Scientific
Armor-Tile Tactile Systems
Center for Applied Special Technology
Closing the Gap
Computer Technology in Special Education and Rehabilitation
Cordless Workz
Assistive technology devices, including voice-activated dialers, Guardian Alert 911 emergency pendant dialers, and other special needs products.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking®
Speech recognition software
En-Vision America
Assistive technology for the visually impaired; for employment, education, library, grocery, & independent living
Flying Blind
Current Information on the Adaptive Technology Industry
HandiWorks, Inc.
"The link between technology and people"
Independent Living Aids
Low vision aids and products for the blind and vision impaired from Independent Living Aids.
Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center (ITTATC)
Advances in electronic and information technology
Magnifying Center
Dedicated to developing solutions to help people with low vision and blindness retain their independence.
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Remote support system developed for the visually impaired
Sendero Group
Accessible Location Information and Navigation
Solutions for Humans
Offers assistive technology products for people with special needs. Accessibility products such as text to speech, speech recognition that aid the blind and those with low vision in the office and at home workstations.
Trace Research and Development Center
Study and implementation of universal design
Vocal-Eyes and Window Eyes
Screen access programs
Zoomtext, VisAbility