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[Fwd: FW: News on Assistive Technology]

From: David Poehlman <poehlman@clark.net>
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 16:46:55 -0500
Message-ID: <3899F74F.3FAD995@clark.net>
To: wai-ig list <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
sorry if this is a repeat.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: FW: News on Assistive Technology
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2000 20:55:57 -0500
From: "Terry Bray" <tbray@interlog.com>
Reply-To: access-l@icomm.ca
To: <access-l@icomm.ca>

thought this might be of interest


-----Original Message-----
From: Terri Pummill [mailto:terri@pummill.com]
Sent: February 2, 2000 1:32 PM
To: tbray@interlog.com
Subject: News on Assistive Technology



FutureForms, Inc. a division of Pummill Business Forms, Inc.,  Grand
Rapids,  Michigan,
introduced Verbal-eyes (patent pending), a new assistive technology
software which
enables visually impaired persons to fill out forms online.  Since
many
visually impaired
persons use a screen reader, the Verbal-eyes program is designed to
scan
the user’s PC to
determine if a screen reader is present and active.  If a screen
reader
is active, the software
will actually decipher the form on the screen for the user.  If no
screen reader is active,
then the software will remain quiet and allow the user to complete the
form.  The
Verbal-eyes program was mentioned by Business Week magazine as one of
the most
promising new products for the year 2000.  For additional information
on
Verbal-eyes
(patent pending) and other electronic form solutions, visit
www.futureforms.com or
www.pummill.com and link to FutureForms.




For immediate press release.
Direct any questions to:
Terri Pummill
Pummill Business Forms, Inc.
903 Chicago Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 49509
(616) 475-1204
Received on Thursday, 3 February 2000 16:48:15 GMT

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