Mission Control is a switch adapter and voice control module for computer input designed for use by children with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities. This computer access device uses aFFx activators that enable a child to receive feedback on the amount of pressure applied. The device has four large, colored aFFx activators, a built-in microphone, and the ability to plug in attachments for the child's individual needs, such as switches or a USB camera. The device can
The SiCare Light II is an environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This portable unit converts spoken commands into infrared (IR) signals to control devices such as television, telephone, lights, doors, and other IR and X-10 devices. The user can also enter commands though dual- or single-switch scanning. The unit has 15 pre-set command menus including television, bed, satellite, light, and device. Voice feedb
The Sound Activated Switch, model 1051, is a voice input control switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This ultra-sensitive switch responds to a whisper or a loud clap. The sound threshold level to which the switch will respond can be set for the user, as can the length of time the switch will stay on after the initial activation. In the latching mode, the first sound will activate a switch closure and the second will d
The Voice Activated Remote Control, model 5180, is a voice input remote control for television, video recorder, or DVD player designed for use by individuals with mobility, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This voice-activated remote control uses the sound of the user's voice to control TV, VCR, DVD, cable, satellite, and AUX functions. It recognizes up to 50 commands and can perform complex multi-step operations from a single spoken command. POWER: Uses 4
The Voice Activated Switch can operate battery driven devices and toys. The switch can be operated by talking, whistling, blowing, or making any sound into the microphone built-in to the top of the switch casing. After receiving sound input, the switch activates the device to which its one eighth inch cord is attached. The switch comes with an adjustable neck strap. POWER: Rechargeable 9 volt battery and 115 volt charger (both included).
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Switch activated by the child's voice to turn on a tape player, battery toy or light, intended to encourage vocalization; when the child is quiet, the switch is off. Adaptation of a 150 in 1 Electronic Project Kit from Radio Shack, also requiring 5 feet of 2 conductor 22 gauge stranded wire and 1 subminiature size plug. Includes instructions, diagrams, uses and photograph. SKILLS REQUIRED: Electronics. Soldering. Assembly. AUTHOR: Burkhart, L J TITLE:
The VoiceIR Infrared Environmental Voice Controller is a voice input remote environmental control designed for use by individuals with mobility, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit allows the user to voice control a TV, DVD, stereo, or any device controlled with an infrared remote, with options and accessories to control lights, electric bed, landline telephone, cell phone, thermostat, air-conditioner, space heater, ceiling fan, or power door opener. Th
The VXI CT Switch is a voice input control switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit allows the user to alternate a headset between a personal computer (PC) and telephone by pushing a button. Reception stays open on both sides at all times, enabling the user to hear computer prompts while speaking on the phone. Features include microphone mute, reception volume control, and a handset/headset switch. The unit conne