Monday, June 19, 2006

KC demonstrated the BrailleNote technology for Meghan from the Baltimore Examiner. With a USB keyboard and bluetooth Palm device with special software, KC can use the BrailleNote to communicate with sighted, hearing people who xan't sign. The hearing person can type on the USB keyboard and KC can read it in braille. With the PalmView program, the sighted person can monitor what they've typed. KC uses speech to communicate with hearing people, but she can type responses, which are visible on the Palm device, to a sighted Deaf person.

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