The Internet is a very visual media. It is not easy to use for vision impaired people. A blind British inventor is building a simple to use gadget that should be a huge improvement compared to currently available screenreader solutions.
The SpeakOn device is giving access to the web in a single stream, getting rid of the visual complexity of a Windows driven User interface. With only 12 buttons the SpeakOn gives access to mp3s and text in a tree like navigation. The SpeakOn device is supposed to retail for around $500. Release date is possibly next year. If the information on the funding page of the a-technic charity is up to date, then it is heavily under funded. Maybe the SpeakOn project is an opportunity for someone to invest.
More details on BBC News. Via Digg.
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