• Voice recognition software
  • Dictation softwares
  • Text-to-speech
  • Speech control software
  • Eye tracking software

Examples of software products:

Braille keyboards

Braille keyboards uses a small number of keys that can be pressed in different combinations to produce the letters of the alphabet.
There are two types of braille keyboards

1 - Chorded keyboard -
used on the Perkins brailler and on electronic braille notetakers. These keyboards do not have a separate key for each letter. There is one key for each dot of a braille cell. To type one letter, all of the keys that correspond to the dots in that letter are pressed at the same time. The brailler or notetaker advances to the next letter after the keys are released. A spacebar is located below the main keys.
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2 - Typewriters with braille alphabet -
Most blind people do not use these, as they learn to memorize the keyboard layout and type by touch. Good sighted typists use the same memorization techniques to speed up typing.
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- Screen magnification
- Large pointer
- High contrast options
- Microphones
- Sticky keys
- Head control systems
- Body pads
-Head wands
-Sniff and puff devices