Safe Laser System – InvoTek

The Safe-laser System has been designed to provide a continuum of access options, from very simple "low tech" to complete computer access via a wireless keyboard. For example, one can start out just pointing the eye-safe laser* at a letter board or images and let a communication partner interpret what the point means. Then, the user could progress to activating a “call button” that lets someone know that he or she has something to say – but the user can still laser points towards letters while others interpret the meaning of the point. Then, using dwell or a secondary switch, the user can write out messages to the display, access recorded speech, or control a computer, tablet, or phone. You can also control the TV. Finally, connect the Safe Laser System to an inexpensive Android tablet and use our LaserChat Pro app to achieve text-to-speech output without or with word prediction. It is all possible with the Safe-laser System – simple light pointing, spelling, Bluetooth or USB computer access, speech output, and environmental control. And it is easy to do! The Safe-laser System isn’t for everybody, but it is simple!
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