Google Keyboard Shortcuts
Google Keyboard Shortcuts are a keyboard modification program designed to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities who cannot use a mouse to navigate through Web search results. These Shortcuts allow the user to explore search results quickly without taking their hands from the keyboard to use the mouse. After a search is performed, the user begins with the "K" key, located under the right middle finger. Press "K" once to bring up the colorful balls and then as needed to move down to
Google Voice Search Demo
Google Voice Search Demo is a voice input Web browser designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This system enables users to telephone an automated voice search system to obtain Google Web search results. The user calls the system at 650-318-0165 and at the prompt "Say Your Search Keywords" speaks his/her query to the system. Once this is complete, the system notifies the user that the results are ready and clicking a link on http://labs1.google.com/gvs.html opens a new
Intersection Explorer is an audible mobility program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This application (or app) turns a cell phone or tablet computer running the Android operating system into an accessible navigation aid to help users get an understanding of a neighborhood before venturing out and while on the go. The program is used in conjunction with WalkyTalky (see separate entry), and "Walking Directions" and "Places" in Google Maps. The user starts at his o
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Scrible is a Google Chrome Extension software designed to assist people with learning, communication and fine motors disabilities with their online research. The user goes online and establishes an account; then, an icons bar appears and allow us the user to bookmark or save the articles of their selection and upload them within a cloud for later use.
Lucidchart is a tool designed by Google to help children a people with learning and cognitive disabilities to develop charts. Once the chart is completed on the app, it can be print it or exported to be share with the Lucidchart community.
Newsela is a app from the Chrome store designed to adapt to the readers need. It is intended to be used by children and people with cognitive and learning disabilities. The app publishes daily news articles in 5 reading levels, from grades 3-12. The articles also include quizzes.
Google Self-Driving Car
The Google Self-Driving Car is a prototype vehicle designed to take a person who cannot drive where they want to go, with no driving required, at the push of a button. This is designed to be used by the aging or visually impaired persons who would otherwise not be able to drive, for independent, safe transportation.
The Feel-Good Guide to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The Feel-Good Guide to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a personalized approach to feeling better for users struggling with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). It is intended for people with fibromyalgia and CFS who experience pain, exhaustion, and other symptoms. The guide begins with an overview, explaining what is known about FMS and CFS. It then describes and evaluates most available therapies, both conventional and alternative, that can address the physical, emotion
Google Glass V3.0 Explorer Edition Cotton White Glasses
The Google Smart Glasses offers universal, wearable computing. It is essentially a hands-free phone that utilizes augmented reality. Its built-in accessibility features (i.e., voice activation and eye and head control) can assist users who have limited motor functions. Google Glass can also be controlled with an external switch, keyboard, or button if users are unable to use the touch screen that controls it by default, and it can be modified to operate a user's power wheelchair. It is recommend
Educational Insights 8898 Junior Talking Globe, Ages 5 Up
The Educational Insights 8898 Junior Talking Globe, Ages 5 Up is designed for children with learning disabilities and sensory processing disorder to learn geography. This is a talking globe that uses audio and visual clues, light and sound effects and music. Features 2 game modes, high-quality digital voice technology, adjustable volume, question repeat and help button. For 1 to 3 players. Not for three years old’s, small parts.
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