Rehabilitation technology

BLINDOWS® is a user surface area that allows those people who cannot see, or who see very poorly, to gain access to operational systems of Windows and the internet. BLINDOWS® captures the graphic files of the screen and translates them into speech and text files. Simultaneously the BLINDOWS® files are sent in real time to the soundcard of the PC (speech version) and the Braille line (textfile). The Braille line is the sense keyboard that depicts text symbols of the screen.

(BLINDOWS®, Frank Audiodata)