Professor, School of Education-USA
"...I believe you have a wonderful innovation that will
help children throughout the world learn to enter the world
of the web more efficiently and effectively..." D.V.T.
Lecturer, Educational Computing-Australia
reviewer loved the keyboard..." J.P.
Center on Disabilities, California State University-USA
keyboard was tested by one of my very own staff members who
is blind. He has been using the system for about 2 weeks. He
has indicated that he likes the keyboard and that, as an experienced
typist, he thinks it will be most helpful with new blind users
who are not as familiar with the keyboard as he is." B.R.
Therapist, Technology Access-Australia
have been using the keyboard and found it easy to use. The guides
were easier to get used to than I thought they would be and
I think that my typing speed has improved..." R.C.
for the Blind & Visually Impaired-USA
wanted to let you know that we had a student in Lincoln, Nebraska
try your keyboard. His parents were very impressed with it.
They thought it worked very well for him. We are now letting
the Nebraska Commission for the Blind & Visually Impaired
try it with a few of their clients. They will be using it in
their lab (these would be adults who are learning new vocational
Department for the Blind-USA
"...we're showing this around the building right now. We've
already had some
pretty positive feedback from a lady who has Diabetic neuropathy.
the raised markings on the keyboard are easier for her to feel,
case of neuropathy is quite advanced." M.B.
guides were handy, are less intrusive than velcro stuck on as
tactile markers and hold the fingers in a frame...preferable
to other tactile markers