iansyst showcases latest assistive technologies for learners of all ages and abilities at Special Needs Show London 2012
Published by Hayley Enright for Livewire Public Relations in Education
Showcasing the latest developments in assistive technology, iansyst – a leading supplier of literacy software solutions, will be exhibiting on stand P23 at the 2012 Special Needs Show, London. Visitors will be offered the opportunity to speak with assistive technology experts, demo the latest products and discover more about iansyst’s latest developments.
Supporting people with dyslexia, mild visual impairment and for those with English as their second language, iansyst will be introducing CapturaTalk for Android™ for mobile phones and tablet devices.
CapturaTalk for Android utilises Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to capture text from a photograph or digital document and then reads the information back to the user. Other features include synchronised colour highlighting of words or sentences as they are read aloud; a talking word processor to assist in writing emails and documents; the ability to add voice notes via the built in recorder tool; the ability to save text as audio files for listening to at a later date and an embedded talking browser and accessible interface designed to make browsing and writing easier. Completing the package is an online translation tool which allows the user to translate text from or into over 20 languages.
Visit the stand to receive expert advice and guidance on assistive technologies and discover iansyst’s wide range of leading software, hardware and assistive technology solutions designed to help people with dyslexia and other disabilities.