VisionCue is one of the longest operating assistive technology stores in America. Through our store, and with on-site/in-home assistance, we serve agencies, employers and individuals with products and services that enable people with low vision and blindness to maximize their abilities and continue doing the things they love and desire.
Connect your braille display to your computer, smartphone or tablet simultaneously with the ALVA BC 680. This is the first 80-cell braille display that allows multiple device connection, so you can continue receiving email and texts while you work! You can even divide the console into a pair of separate braille controls with 2 sets of front keys and smartpads while also designating the number of cells per display.
Better yet, you can disconnect the display from either device, and continue reading up to 80 characters at a time before moving your cursor. This is by far, the most versatile braille display for any work environment.
The MagniLink S is a portable, near and distant video magnifier that works with either a PC or Mac and can also function as a stand-alone system using a video monitor or TV (depending upon the model). Additionally, the MLS-CM03 model has a text-to-speech feature that reads text aloud – a very useful function allowing for extended reading and improved comprehension.
The MagniLink S embodies the latest video technology delivering a superior image quality. The camera has unbeatable sharpness, light sensitivity and offers 60 digital full frames/second for an image that is extraordinarily clear. Magnification is between 1.4x-75x and has 7 different viewing modes.
The MagniLink Vision TTS can read text aloud character by character, word by word, line by line or paragraph by paragraph. The text and speech are perfectly synchronized so you can read along as the system reads to you. To maximize your reading pleasure, you can adjust the magnification level, colors, contrast, and reading speed to your personal perference. This makes it easy to actively follow the text, but it is also possible to sit back and listen to the whole text – with the internal speakers or with connected headphones. Or turn down the volume, and read the text as it is displayed on the screen at a speed and magnification level that is just right for you. This mode can be very helpful for people with dyslexia and other cognitive issues.