See us at CSUN 33rd Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference booth 510! March 21st – 23rd, 2018. We will be showing our flagship products, but be prepared for a surprise! Join us at the Conference and we will let you know all details.
Hello from SightCity 2017! We have got lots of interest at Harpo booth. We have been showcasing the Mountbatten Brailler and PIAF. Other interesting things happening elsewhere: a new device at Humanware’s booth – worth noting: Humanware’s new Brailliant 14 with local notes that are synced with your regular notes:
See us at CSUN 31st Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference booth 605C as usual! March 23rd – 25th, 2016. Assistive technology can transform the lives of people with disabilities. The latest in the field of assistive technology will be the focus of the world’s largest gathering of people who develop or use assistive technology, taking place later this month in San Diego. #CSUN’s 31st Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference is dedicated to presenting and exploring … Read more
This article is a summary of a presentation given at Texas Focus 2003, and aims to examine the status and role of braille writing in early education within the USA. I like to start my presentations with a world map, as it is something familiar and comfortable to most people. Until that is, the true representation of the world is shown, with Australia on top! It’s always surprising to find how such a simple change in perspective can challenge people’s … Read more
Why Mountbatten Brailler The Mountbatten is more than a belief. Its power is proved by research: “The Bluetooth® Smart Mountbatten, in combination with one of the most popular mainstream technologies to date, serves the purpose of including learners with and without visual impairments, on both technological and social levels.” (Wiazowski, RESNA Assistive Technology, October 2014, vol. 26, no. 4) “The ease of depressing the buttons, the device’s ergonomic design, its speech reinforcement, its ability to correct errors, and the visual … Read more
Did you know why our Braille Whisperer is called “Mountbatten”? Here is the story: It starts back in 1979 after the death of Earl Mountbatten of Burma (more here: https://en.wikipedia.org/…/Louis_Mountbatten,_1st_Earl_Moun…). Those, who wanted to commemorate Lord Mountbatten’s life, have established The Mountbatten Memorial Trust; one of its purposes is “grants given to assist technological research aimed at assisting disabled people throughout the world”. The engineering department at Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford applied for a grant to develop … Read more
Speech2Go Converts any text to human-like speech very simple and intuitive comes in packages with IVONA voices drag and drop your digital text files to convert them to portable audio files many languages and many voices read multi-page contracts, blog articles, children’s books or anything else you need to 30 day trial free upgrades life-time license Now released! More details here
Now available! Standard with any purchase of Mountbatten Braille Whisperer. Mountbatten dressed up Mountbatten Brailler is changing for you. Not only inside but also outside. As its popularity grows, especially after it became the first hard-copy Braille device with Smart Bluetooth, the time came to clad it in a padded carry case that both protects it from any incidental hits and bumps but also makes it even more portable. The case is made of high quality fabric and features … Read more