Category Archives: Health Technology

TAP | TAP Assistance Program

Convert Text to Speech The Television Assisted Prompting (TAP) system is a unique prompting device that delivers reminders and/or home therapy programs to individuals via their home televisions. The TAP system broadcasts multi-media (e.g., text, pictures, audio, and/or video) reminders … Continue reading

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HERO | The Smart Appliance that Manages Your Pills

Text to Speechhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g5lIK7IZw8 Hello pills, meet technology. HERO is a smart appliance that stores, dispenses, and manages pills for you and your loved ones.  Simple pill dispensing.  Say goodbye to child-proof caps and chunky pill planners.  HERO knows your schedule … Continue reading

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Owlet Smart Sock 2 | What is the Owlet Smart Sock 2?

http://www.ispeech.org/text.to.speechThe Smart Sock 2 enhances everything that our 100,000+ parents loved about our original Smart Sock. It uses proven technology (pulse oximetry) to track your infant’s heart rate and oxygen levels from the comfort of your home. The Smart Sock … Continue reading

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Thumbs up! These smart gloves translate sign language to text – CNET

http://www.ispeech.org If you’ve played Wii, HTC Vive or (yeah, I’ll say it) Just Dance, you’re no stranger to seeing your movements rendered in 3D animation. But what if gesture-recognition technology could be used to break down communication barriers and isolation … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Emma Watch is a game-changer for people with Parkinson’s

http://www.ispeech.org Smartwatches may not be as hot as they used to be, but that doesn’t mean wrist-worn wearables are dead altogether.Far from it, actually. Take the Emma Watch, a wrist wearable created by Microsoft Research Innovation Director Haiyan Zhang that’s … Continue reading

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