The Intel Reader is a voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or who have reading-based learning disabilities. This hand-held mobile device captures printed text, converts it to digital text, and reads it aloud. Reading is accomplished by pointing the Intel Reader's built-in camera at the printed material, snapping a picture, and listening to the spoken read-out. The user can change voices, select voice gender, and change pitch and playback s
GestuReader is a computer program that translates ASL finger spelling into English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese (Traditional). It was developed for use by individuals who are deaf. It can translate from these languages to finger spelling or finger spelling to verbal language. It recognizes 36 signs (A-Z, 0-9). The signs are made with the user's own bare hands; there is no need to wear gloves or use other devices.
The INTEL READER is designed for use by individuals with low vision. The reader is built specifically for the blind and visually impaired, as well as for people with reading disabilities like dyslexia. Using a built-in high-definition camera, the Intel Reader can take photographs of printed text from books, magazines, newspapers, etc., and can convert the text to audio to read aloud.