talking device

talking device

Any form of assistive technology that uses speech-generated software, a telephone terminal device, or other symbols such as braille to read or convey written text to people who are blind or have impaired vision.
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If the new suit of Spider-Man has a talking device that will guide him just like Ironman i'll be more pissed.
Amazon reports that major news sources are redesigning their news offerings to suit the popular Amazon Echo talking device.
Jessie Bain is registered blind and relies on a talking device to read books and newspapers.
"Speech therapy wise she has an electronic talking device which is called a Dynavox which now augments her speech.
"Paramount is preparing a sound and talking device for its pictures.
The talking device is triggered by more than 700 signals around the four main theme parks.
Central character is a new customer, Floyd Gaylen (Dempsey), an attractive man afflicted with ALS, which keeps him in a wheelchair and speaking with the assistance of a computerized talking device. Floyd, who joins Hugo and Minerva on their journey, is the healthiest in spirit, the most positive in thinking -- and the most genuinely romantic.
* Talking devices, which range from watches to clocks and microwaves to prescription bottles.
Other ideas have to do with curriculum access, such as using images, audio, video, tablets, and graphic organizers; integrated approaches to learning, like digital storytelling, talking books, and building a wiki; and encouraging speaking and listening through cross-curricular drama, talk prompts, and talking devices. Some ideas concern developing reading using graphic readers, software, and other resources; supporting writing through graphic texts; and promoting an intercultural dimension through dual-language storytelling, understanding of social and cultural norms, and other methods.
"In Tyre, certain statements made by delegates were sealed and signed by the qaimaqam but did not show the name of the delegate C* Delegates from the Hizbullah-Amal coalition entered a polling station in Deir al-Qintar holding wireless talking devices, which led to a clash between them and delegates of the opposing list," the statement added.