[nabs-l] Abi-See EyePal: $495

Ginny Owens chickpowermusic at gmail.com
Mon Aug 2 19:41:49 UTC 2010


Great condition.  Paypal accepted.

Please email chickpowermusic at gmail.com for further details.



See description below:

ABiSee Eye-Pal: Converts print into speech and Braille for deaf blind

Weighing in under just 1lb, Eye-Pal is an extremely portable USB scanner
that instantly converts printed material into speech, text files or
refreshable Braille. Eye-Pal may be used with the most popular braille
displays from Freedom Scientific, Optelec, and Handytech.





Eye-Pal's Intelligent Design & Engineering: It Doesn't Get Much Easier Than
This.


We designed simplicity and ease of use into all facets of this instant
scanner. Eye-Pal has two lightweight legs pivot into a L-shaped position
from their compact carrying position. The L-shape configuration securely
supports the Eye-Pal, assures that its scanning camera is always at the
exact distance to obtain a crystal clear image and serves as a tactile guide
for blind users to precisely position the material to be scanned. No camera
focus adjustments are ever necessary.


The Eye-Pal Works Fast To Push Your Productivity Up


http://www.abisee.com/images/products/eye-pal(1).jpgAt home and at the
office, even in the dark, Eye-Pal allows you to quickly browse through piles
of letters and organize them either as paper or computer files. With Eye-Pal
you can read bound books, newspapers, professional magazines and even
instructions on the frozen dinner box. Comes with Human-Like Synthetic
Voices Kate <http://www.abisee.com/media/audio/vwkate.wav>  | and Paul
<http://www.abisee.com/media/audio/vwpaul.wav> 

Save text as MS document for future editing. With the press of a single key,
Eye-Pal will describe
<http://www.abisee.com/media/video/zoom-ex/4_description_of_page_zoom-ex.wmv
> a page layout as a sighted person sees it. You can instantly read text
placed under the camera using one of the most popular braille

Eye-Pal's patented motion detector can scan up to 20 pages per minute in a
bound book. Just turn a page in your book and wait for the shutter sound.
After you hear the shutter sound turn the page again. It's that easy. With a
single keystroke you can easily start and stop scanning or reading or get
the description of the page layout spoken as a sighted reader sees it. 



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