This design was inspired by a request posted to the ATMakers.org page on Facebook for a way to make a capacitive stylus that could be used by people with limited finger and hand control.
Phrase Auditory Scanning COmmunicator. Pasco allows individuals with a Visual and Physical difficulty to communicate. Language is organised in a simple text file and is read aloud via auditory cues. Multi-lingual support for cue and main voice. Recorded messages supported and spelling function. Available on iOS and the web.
SAW - Special Access to Windows - is a programmable on-screen keyboard. It is a powerful tool for providing Access to the Windows operating system for people who need alternative Switch or Pointing device input options.
The new SAW 6 version - supported by the AEGIS project (http://www.aegis-project.eu/) - is now available. It is fully Windows 7-10 compatible, supports Unicode, includes its own "Blade" word prediction and abbreviation expansion engine, can interact with the CCF-SymbolServer for graphic symbol support (http://www.conceptcoding.org/), and adds several other features to make creating interfaces easy for those who use alternative inputs.
We have created an OpenSCAD design that allows the user to identify their tablet, describe how the AAC app is laid out, describe their case, and choose a mounting method to mount the keyguard directly to the tablet or to the case. Once the keyguard is fully described you can generate and save an STL file that you can print on your 3D printer.
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