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iFeelPixel new version

From: David Poehlman <david.poehlman@handsontechnologeyes.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 14:32:48 -0400
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Greetings!

This is to inform you that iFeelPixel beta 0.7.3 (Stable version) is  
available at: www.ifeelpixel.com/download/

If your version is outdated, please update to the most current version.

Important points to keep in mind:
- iFeelPixel software makes accessible and interactive all the web  
content
and visual environment through touch and hearing.
- It is an universal application designed to create automatically
audio-tactile sensations based on pictures elements.
- It works in parallel with existing access technology (e.g. the vOICe)

Find more informations at: www.ifeelpixel.com/description/

What's new in this version?
---------------------------

- Tactile symphony for color detection (musical notes)
- Instant look-up clipboards:
monitor, remember and parse private clipboards
- Automatic search for media files (copy, search & find)
- Local search
- Web search

- Timer interval updated, value by default: 10 ms
- Constant force for Edge option (full force feedback mouse required)
- Sound updated for Edge, line, corner, texture, color, iFeelSmiley  
options
- Internal PC speakers improved with speed rate in percent
(For Edge, line, corner, color options)

A full list of changes in this version can be found at:
www.ifeelpixel.com/download/whatsnew7.htm


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Best Regards,
iFeelPixel Association

Interactive Accessibility by TouchSense technology
www.ifeelpixel.com
Received on Tuesday, 14 June 2005 18:32:57 GMT

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