Braille Keyboard Modification Program
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Perky Duck is a braille editor, keyboard modification, and training program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This computer-based Perkins brailler emulator enables a standard computer keyboard to function as a Perkins-style braille keyboard, as the S-D-F and J-K-L keys represent the six dots of a braille cell. The program can be used in distance education to demonstrate the user's understanding of braille. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible and Apple Mac...[More Information]
SIXIN Sixin is a braille keyboard modification program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This program allows the braillist to use a standard alphabetic (QWERTY) keyboard as a braille keyboard by placing the fingers on the S, D, F and J, K, L keys, and thumbs on the spacebar. The keyboard can be used to write either grade 2 or computer braille. As braille is typed, print appears on the screen, and this text can be read with speech output or a braille display, and saved o...[More Information]